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G f ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBI 3 1833 01863 2973 GC 977 402 AL14ALC. 1940 xi THOS. H. ANDREWS SAMUEL DICKIE . Editor-in-Chief Business Manager , FIFTIETH VOLUME THIS IS J " ' ' F TH%,ALBIONIAN LISHED. V THE STUDENTS LBia COLLEm AT ALBION. MICHIGAN fl To the pilot of our football champions,- To a mind steeped in clean sportsmanship,- To a man of action,- TO COACH DALE R. SPRANKLE This 1940 Albionian is sincerely dedicated. ( ale ' t iamJUe Jfi mm. i5n ummi 1034 O 1935 7 1936 6 O 1957 7 O 19S8 2 ' 6 193» 3 27 929 931 9012 93i 28 v 2 Part I. FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION Part II. ORGANIZATIONS Port III. CLASSES Part IV. FRATERNITIES Part V. ATHLETICS In the years 1890-91, a small group of literary students founded a publication that was to be a summary of the outstanding events and literary contributions of that school year. Since that time progress in the arts of photography and engraving has led yearbook staffs to the use of a greater amount of pictures and less of literary talent, till today we have a veritable picture book. In editing this fiftieth anniversary volume we have tried to portray a half century of change through the medium of sketches and photographs. We sincerely hope that we have recorded a true picture of the spirit of progress. OBSERVATORY AND BOOKSTORE SUSANNA WESLEY HALL • ■ss : , STOCKWELL MEMORIAL LIBRARY ' f ' 111 r iiim II OBSERVATORY AND BOOKSTORE EPWORTH PHYSICS LABORATORY iii[ y MIKES NORTH HALL ROBINSON HALL J ' acultu am tyi(hm ywU EDITOR Jean Stewart ■ «! ■ • ■ - -. rtrSgJ - ' ' ■ ' ' mm ' fP " PRESIDENT A liberal educator of national reputation is John L. Seaton, Ph.D. D.D., LL.D., Litt.D. lolin. EMIL LEFFLER, B.A., M.A., LL.D Dean-Registrar and Professor of Economics MARIAN GRAY, A.B , M.A. Dean of Women and Assistant Professor of English OFFICERS F. MORRIS COCHRAN, B.S. Business Manager MARIAN FRANCES ADAMS, A.B., B.S. Librarian HENRY MARTIN BATTENHOUSE, S.T.B., A.M., Ph.D. Professor of the English Language and Literature VERA HELEN BUCK, A.M., Ph.D. Ass ' t. Professor of Modern Languages THOMAS MILTON CARTER, A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Education and Psychology BEULAH G. CHAMP, A.M. Director of Dramatics ARTHUR MERTON CHICKERING, M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Biology ANNE ELIZABETH CROSBY, A.M. Instructor in Chemistry and Biology JOSEPHINE DUNN, A.M. Instructor in Phys. Ed. for Women DR. HENDRICKSON DOROTHYG. ENGLE, A.M. Ass ' t. Professor of Chemistry NELLIE FIELD, A.B., Mus.B Instructor in Piano HAROLD O. FULLER, A.M., Ph.D. Ass ' t. Professor of Physics HOWARD E. GEIGER, M.S. Instructor in Sociology and Psychology DONALD M. GILBERT, A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Modern Languages V, [flCill! FREDERIC SAMUEL GOODRICH, A.M., D.D., Litt.D. College Chaplain and Professor Emeritus of tfie Englisfi Bible ROYAL GLENN HALL, A.M., Ph.D. Professor of History KENNETH GORDON HANCE, A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Speech WINNIFRED SHATTUCK HANCE, A.B. Instructor in Public School Music LESTER HARGER, A.B. , . Field Secretary SAMUEL JAMES HARRISON, B.D., S.T.D Professor of Bible and Religion WILLIAM C. HARTON, A.M. Instructor in Education HOMER O. HENDRICKSON, A.M., Ph.D. Professor of History and Political Science EDMUND E. INGALLS, M.S. Ass ' t. Professor of Mathematics JOSEPH JAMES IRWIN, M.A. Instructor In English and Journalism PEARL A. LUDY, A.M. Instructor in Home Economics JULIA ELIZABETH McCUNE, A.M. Instructor in English MEMBERS DR. SPENCER JOHN SEDBERRY MARSHALL, Ph.D. Professor of Philosophy and Associate Professor of Psychology EDWARD T. MILLER, M.B.A. Ass ' t. Professor of Economics and Business Administration MARVIN PAHL, A.B. Ass ' t. to the President KATHRYNE PENNINGTON, B.Ed. Instructor in Home Economics CLARENCE AARON PETERS, M.A. Instructor in Speech CONWAY PETERS, Mus. M. Director of Band, Orchestra, and Stringed and Wind Instruments GERALD W. PRESCOTT, A.M., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Biology DAVID LINDSEY RANDALL, A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry GEORGE GUSTAV RATHJE, Ph.D. Instructor in French and German LOTTA MAE ROGERS, M.S. Ass ' t. Professor of Biology CLEMENT EUGENE ROOD, Ph.M. Professor Emeritus of Physics and Astronomy LOUIS UPTON ROWLAND, Mus.B. Director of Registrations in Music, Professor of Piano and Theory, and Instructor in Organ MR. MILLER FACULTY DOROTHY MAY SCHULLIAN, Ph.D. Instructor in Ancient Languages JOHN GRANVILLE SHROCK, A.M. Instructor in Fine Arts EDWIN ROSCOE SLEIGHT, A.M., Sc.D. Professor of Mathematics RAYMOND GEORGE SPENCER, M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Physics DALE R. SPRANKLE, A.B. Ass ' t. Director of Physical Education CHRISTINE TAYLOR, A.B. Ass ' t. Registrar WALTER A. TERPENNING, Ph.D. Professor of Economics and Business Administra- RUTH THOMAS, B.S. Business Secretary FRANK DUDLEIGH VERNOR Instructor in Organ EDWARD FRANK VOLTMER, A.M., Ph.D. Director of Physical Education THEODORE D. VOSBURGH, M.Mus. Director of Vocol Organizations and Teacher of Singing GEORGE WALKOTTEN, A.M. Instructor in Education DR. GOODRICH MEMBERS ■; SSt?-. .r - V.«-f J . ' .V--. ji«g.- EDITORS Reila Montie Peg Ingram i " - ' 1 " - rfmTH PU Each year four stu the upper classes are ele the student body to serve Pubhcations Council with two faculty members appointed by the administration of the college. The Council assumes control of campus publications, elects the staffs of the " Pleiad " and the " Albionian, " and supervises the editorial policies, financial control, and operation college publications which carry advertising. N C I L OFFICERS Jack Rininger President Mr. Joseph J. Irwin Vice-president Helen Williams Secretary Dr. H. O. Hendrickson Treasurer FACULTY ADVISORS Mr. J. J. Irwin Dr. H. O. Hendrickson MEMBERS Lois Topert Helen Williams ALBIONIAN SAMUEL DICKIE, Bus. Mgr. THOS. H. ANDREWS, Editor-iii-Chi?f PLEIAD FRED J. KRUEGER. Bus. Mg RICHARD L. FORD, Editor-in-Chief ALBIONIAN Vanson, Boies. Green, Henning, Ingram, Burch. Whitlev, Stewart, Fleming, Smith. Dickie, i Ioni Journalism Cl PLEIAD Mk. I HwiN. Dr. Batteni lOusE. Dr. H.iN Highs iTONE, Ford, . ndri ins. Dickie. MEMBERS Thos. H. Andrews Dr. H. M. Battenhouse Samuel Dickie Mr. Joseph J. Irv Richard Ford Dr. K. G. Hance Warren hlighstone Advisor An honorary co-educational journalistic fraternity, Alpha Phi Gamma requires that members maintain a high scholarship record and serve in one of the responsible editing or business positions on the Albionian or Pleiad for a minimum of a year. After election members continue to serve on the publications. The organization, reorganized here in 1939 with five members, has as its purpose, the desire to recognize individual achievement and ability in journalistic pursuits in Colleges and universities, to serve and promote the vv elfare of the college through journalism, to establish cordial relationships between the students and members of the profession and to unite in a fraternal way, congenial students interested in journalism. ALPHA PHI GAMMA OFFICERS CAROL HARGER .... KATHRYN PATTERSON MARY MARGARET BALDWIN MILLICENT MURDOCH KATHRYN DIETRICH . PresidenI: Vice-president Secretary Treasurer Historian CHEVRON Mary Margaret Baldwin Kathryn Dietrich Shirley Frye MEMBERS Kathryn Patterson Carol Harger Marie Kuhn Millicent Murdoch Chevron is a local honorary society for senior v omen. Not more than eight second semester junior women are chosen each year at a tapping service held at the May Break- fast. Chevron corresponds to Mortar Board, v omens national honorary society, in that the basis for membership is founded on scholarship, personality, and contribution to the college. Dietrich. B. ldwin. H. rger. P. tterson. Kuhn. DE.4S Gr.iv. McRDOCH, Engle, C ' h. mp. Frye. DELTA SIGMA RHO WILLIAM HENNING ALICE NUTTING Elizabeth Abbott Mary Margaret Boldv James Bristah Thomas Brock Donn Doten Charles Elliott Kathryn Fisch Dr. Vera Buck Miss Beulah Champ Dr. K. G. Hance OFFICERS MEMBERS PI KAPPA DELTA Dr. R. G. Spencer President Secretary-Treasurer Leslie Fleming Elizabeth Mcllvenna Betty McDougal Lucy Mildren Lois Tapert Roberta Wiener Laurence Wiley Dr. H. O. Hendrickson Dean Emil Leffler Mr. C. A. Peters Delta Sigma Rho, oldest of the national forensic honor societies, was founded on this campus in 1911, five years after the notional organization was founded. There are now seventy chapters of this fraternity throughout the United States. A student, to become a member, must hove junior stonding,- must participate for three years in varsity debate,- and must be in one intercollegiate and at least two local oratorical contests. BncK, Wiener. Fisch, McIl enna, Br Mildren. Hill. Longman. Perrine. Tel. nder. Lindley. B. ll. rd. Dunn, Sessio McRCH. Ward. Sunyar. Allen. Bleecker. Geisler. Fischer. Maynard. Blake. Baumgartner. Mr. Ingalls. Dr. Sleight. Betz. E ans. PrxNAM. McCoy. Rafter. Sleight. Ingram. Esling, Roark. NORMAN SLEIGHT DOROTHY RAFTER . MARGARET INGRAM OFFICERS President Vice-president Secretary-Treasurer Gerald Allen Robert Ballard Beryl Baumgartner Lorna Betz Barbara Blake Harrie Bleecker Paul Dunn Robert Esling Elizabeth Evans MEMBERS Marvin Geisler Joseph Hill Margaret Ingram John Krouth David Lawler Melvin Lindley Ernest Longman Herbert McCoy Robert Maynard Don Murch Mark Putnam Dorothy Rafter Harrison Roark Cecil Sessions Norman Sleight Robert Sunyar Jack Telander Emmet Ward Albion ' s chapter of Kappa Mu Epsilon, notional honorary mathematical society, is Michigan Alpha. The purpose of the group is to provide a society for the recognition of students in mathematics and to bring them together in fraternal relation- ship, thus furthering in them an interest in mathematics and a development of an appreciation for its beauty. KAPPA MU EPSILON t . Roberts. Lord, Hagerm an, Wagner, Schumacher, Ferris. Stowe. Biastock, Mrs. Hance, Mrs. Vosburgh, M: RS. Rowland. Ackley. Chubb. Dewihe. Graham. Whit: LEV. Hornung. Norton, Ini OFFICERS 3RAM. Briggs. Bates. SARA JANE HORNUNG President FLORENCE NORTON Vice-president BEATRICE NESBITT Secretary MARY MARGARET BALDWIN ACTIVES Treasurer Seniors Sophomores Georgia Atha FHelen Louise Biastock Mary Margaret Bald ' win Alice Briggs Cecile Chubb Mary Helen Bates Sara Jane Hornung Mildred Dewire Beatrice Nesbitt Barbara Graham juniors Doris Stowe Helen Ackley Dorothy Whitley Margaret Ingram Florence Norton PLEDGES Freshmen Sophomores Juniors Betty Corrick Kathleen Hagerman Ruth Roberts Mary Ellen Ferris Phyllis Wagner Laura Marie Lord Barbara Schumacher Jane Valentine ADVISORS Mrs. Kenneth G. Hor nee Mrs. Louis U. Rowland Mrs. Marvin Pahl Mrs. Theo. Vosburgh Organized in 1930, Lambda Mu, local honorary musical sororitv, has as its aims, the furthering of interest in music on the Albion campus and the encouraging of a cooperative spirit among women musicians of the college. Members are chosen each year on the basis of interest shown in music, general participation in music, and scholarship. PHI GAMMA DR. R. G. SPENCER DR. H. Q. FULLER OFFICERS President Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Mary Margaret Baldv James Bristah Shirley Frye Harger Green Quentin McDonald Millicent Murdoch Kothryn Patterson Dorothy RaFter Lorene Ruop Norman Sleight FHayden Smith John Sommer, Jr. Dr. A. M. Chickerin Miss Dorothy Engle Dr. H. Q. Fuller Dr. D. M. Gilbert Dr. F. S. Goodrich FACULTY MEMBERS Phi Beta Kappa or Sigma Xi Dr. K. G. Hance Dr. A. H. HarroD Dr. J. S. Marshall Dr. G. W. Prescott Dr. D. M. Randall Dr. R. G. Spencer Phi Gamma, local honorary scholastic fraternity, cor- responds to Phi Beta Kappa, national scholastic fraternity to be installed on the Albion college campus next fall. Annual elections ore held each spring and members of the college faculty who are members of Phi Beta Kappa or Sigma Xi select for membership into the group, those seniors who hove maintained o high scholastic average during their four years in college. McDoN. LD, Sleight, Brist. h. Rupp, P. TTERsON, Murdoch. Fr Smith, B. ldwin, Sommer, R. fti THETA ALPHA PHI OFFICERS MARIAN YINGER President EDWARD BOIES Vice-president MARY MARGARET BALDWIN Secretary DONN DOTEN . . Treasurer NORMAN SLEIGHT Custodian LOIS TAPERT Hist orian MISS BEULAH G. CHAMP MEMBERS Director Mary Margaret Baldw Edward Boies Samuel Dickie Donn Doten in Shirley Frye Charles Gildart Dr. K. G. Hance Mr. Joseph J. Irwin Faith Manning Alice Nutting Mr. Clarence Peters Lois Tapert Marian Yinger Those students who ore members of the Albion College Players and who do commendable v ork in either production or actual dramatic work, are elected to Theta Alpha Phi, national honorary dramatic fraternity. Epsilon chapter of Albion College was installed in May, 1929. The purposes of this fraternity are to increase interest, stimulate creativeness and foster artistic achievement in all of the allied arts and crafts of the theatre. Theta Alpha Phi is the highest honor to which a college actor can attain. Epsilon chapter on Albion ' s campus works within the group of Albion College Players and sponsors the productions of the larger group. " Arms and the Man, " by George Bernard Shaw, and Thornton Wilder ' s Pulitzer prize play, " Our Town, " are noteworthy plays of this years season. Doten, M. nni: OFFICERS NORMAN SLEIGHT . . . , MARIAN YINGER .... MARY MARGARET BALDWIN MILDRED PLATE ... President Vice-president Secretary-Treasurer Corresponding Secretary Seniors Mary Margaret Baldv William Burns Norman Sleight Marian Yinger MEMBERS Sophomores Jean Stewart Thomas Flahoven ADVISOR Dr. H. O. Hsndrickson Juniors hJarrie Bleecker Thomas Brock Mildred Plate Willa Winter Formed to represent student opinion in oil campus activities, and to act as intermediary between the students and faculty, the Student Council strives to aid the student body as a w hole to sense that through participation and management, Albion college activities v ill be based upon student interests. A representative group, comprised of members of the senior, junior, and sophomore classes, and one faculty member, the Student Council sponsors several activities. This year the council sponsored the " Big Three weekend, all class elections and numerous social events. STUDENT COUNCIL ALBION COLLEGE PLAYERS OFFICERS MARIAN YINGER . . . . EDWARD BOIES ... MARY MARGARET BALDWIN DONN DOTEN .... NORMAN SLEIGHT Miss Beulah G. Champ ADVISORS President Vice-president Secretary Treasurer Custodian Mary Margaret Ba d Edward Boies Samuel Dickie Donn Doten Marian Doten Shirley Frye Mr Clarence Peters MEMBERS ■in Charles Gildart Mr. Joseph J. Irwin Walter James Marian Kurtz Faith Manning A lice Nutting Dr. K. C. Hance Ann Robinson Norman Sleight Lois Tapert Peter Vanson Marian Yinger The Albion College Players is a local dramatic club. Requirements for membership in the organization ore ability in dramatic or production work and membership in the assoc- iated group of the Players. Through a plan for the collaboration of the play direction class and the Albion College student players, a larger group of students ore given an opportunity to do something in drama. They present several one-act plays throughout the year before groups in the community, out of tov n, and in the college chapel. Approximately 200 students participated in the production of these student directed ploys, and other plays sponsored by Theto Alpha Phi. ACT I Bluntschli: " Don ' t call out or you ' ll be shot. Be good and no harm will happen to you Remember, iF you raise your voice my pistol will go oFf . . . If I ' m caught I shall be killed. " Ann Robinson, Robert Wesley ACT II Setgius: " Dearest, all my deeds have been yours. You inspired me. I have gone through the war like a knight in a tournament with his lady looking on at him. " Ann Robinson Edward Boies ACT III Roma: " To my chocolate cream soldier! " Shirley Frye Edward Boies Ann Robinson, Robert Wesley Peter Vanson Alice Nutting " ARMS AND THE MAN by George Bernard Shaw ALBION COLLEGE ASSOCIATE PLAYERS ADVISORS Miss Beubh G. Champ Dr. K. G. Hance Mr. Clarence Peters Willard Adams Charlotte Baker hiarrie Bleecker Ross Bunce William Carr Jean Close Genevieve Copelond Arthur Dibden Jack Garlinghouse Lily May Geisler Barbara Graham Alan Gray Charles Guidot Virginia Guy Robert Guy ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Tess hiensick Beatrice Kettell Lucy Mildren Elinor Murphy Marion Reavey Robert Scott Betty Slock Lloyd Smith Harry Stewart Jean Stewart Shirlie Stouffer John Word Robert Wesley Laurence Wiley Verne Wolfe B. Peters, Md Hensick. J. , Stouffer, Re VEY. bL. CK. The Associated members of the Albion College Players are o probationary group, membership of which is gained through tryouts each fall. Associate membership is a pre- requisite for full membership in the Albion College Players. Requirements for membership into the Associate group are tryouts or production work, and merits earned by work in dramatic productions. After being admitted into the organiza- tion, members work for points towards full membership. After having obtained this, they work for membership into Theta Alpha Phi. A tour of three states, Michigan, Indiana and IHinois, with a total of 25 concerts in as many cities, comprised the itinerary of the sixth annual trip of the 55-piece Albion College Band which is under the direction of Mr. Conway Peters. Included on the program for the spring tour was a solo by Robert Souter, and a skit, " Sweethearts, a Musical Fantasia, " by Mr. Peters, with Kathleen Smith as Suzobelle and Thos. hi. Andre A s as Luke, the sheriff from Hollar Crik. BAND ORCHESTRA Musical numbers by the composers, Beethoven, Bizet, Gounod, Saint Saens and Kretschmer were included in the program of the concerts given by the Albion College Orchestra. The group ac- companied the band on the spring tour which included three states, and gave two home concerts in the chapel. CHOIR Sopranos Emily Ash Maryhelen Bates Elizabeth Birdsall Mildred Dewire Fern Edwards Barbara Graham Grace hHelzer Betty hlollingsworth Sara Jane Hornung Marguerite hloward June Lemon Arra Morgan Beatrice Nesbitt Sydonna Smith Marilyn Stevenson Doris Stowe Jane Valentine Dorothy Whitley Basses Bruce Feighner Richard Fitch Cecil Giles Emory Gregory Robert Perry Bruce Ragan Marvin Schoultz Donald Thurston PERSONNEL Altos Helen Louise Biastock Billie Betty Darkwood Betsy Jane Davison Betty Goodale Florence Norton Marion Owen Barbara Schumacher Phyllis Wagner Dorothy Jane Witters Tenors Joseph Bogue Truman Cumings, Jr. Howard Ellis Thomas Gamble Walter James Ralph Jones Herbert Lombard John Renter Justin Sleight George Whipple This year the a cappella choir presented nineteen concerts in four states in sixteen cities during its two-week annual tour. On Sunday, April 7, the choir sang on a half hour broadcast over the Michigan radio network, and on March 21, they presented their home concert in the college chapel. The group participated in the oratorio, Elijah, by Mendelssohn, December 13. Mr. Theodore Vosburgh directed the group. Seven members of the choir are active in the Albion College Madrigal Singers, a group whose singing style IS fashioned after the informal singing groups of medieval times who sang while seated around a table. This year the Mad- rigal group sang on the Albion Round the World " program over radio station WJR February 13; at the Albion Alumni banquet in Detroit; and on programs in Battle Creek, Grand Rapids, and Albion. Approximately 16 students participated in the music epartment ' s production of ie " Tales of h o fman, " by acques Offenbach. The pero presented during the edication of the college chapel, was the third musical production presented by the roup. Previously the opera, Martha, " by von Flotov , nd " Bastien and Basti- nne, " by Mozart were ung. Miss Beatrjcg,[ iesbitt and Walter Jan p sang the ro- mantic leaas. . The, entire cast was directed by Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Vos- urgh. Miss vBeulah Champ assisted iBL JramaticI MEMBERS Sara Jane Hornung Beatrice Nesbitt Florence Norton Phyllis Wagner Bruce Feighner Cecil Giles Walter James OFFICERS MR. E. T. MILLER MILDRED PLATE . DR. D. L. RANDALL President Vice-president Secretary-Treasurer BOARD OF DIRECTORS Mr. E. T. Miller Marshall Cook Marvin Schoultz Dr. D. L. Randall Grant Cowan Kathleen Smith Miss Marian Adams Mildred Plate Virginia Guy CO-OP BOARD The purpose of the Co-operative association is to carry on a textbook and supphes business at the lowest possible cost for the advantage of students. The organization has brought this aim into effect since 1893, lov ering the cost of textbooks twenty to thirty per cent. Three faculty members and six students comprise the board of directors, the student body electing each year, three sophomores to serve a term of two years. GOODRICH CLUB OFFICERS WALTER JAMES - President MARVIN PERKINS Vice-president ROBERT McCOY Secretary CHARLES ELLIOTT Treasurer Seniors Sophomores Gloyd Allis Lester Dallas William Aris Frederick Figge William Burns Thomas Gamble Kermit Meier Frank Jenne John Ross Vernon Meeks Lloyd Smith Sheldon Mills John Rapp Juniors Frank Renter hiarrie Bleecker Joseph Bogue Freshmen William Buys Marvin Andree Arthur Dibden Robert Forward Donn Doten Cecil Giles Robert Friend Arthur Jackson Marvin Perkins Morris Laney John Stone Douglas Lee Laurence Wiley William Rickard Lawrence Scott Norris Wetters Robert Wesley The aims oF the Goodrich club ore to provide living quarters for college men as inexpensively as possible, to maintain a high scholastic average individually and as a group, and to honor fellowship, thus developing the spirit of co-operation among members. The club was organized as " The Co-op " with seven charter members in 1932. It adopted its present namein 1933. Rapp, Renter, L. nev. Bleecker. Andree, Bogue. Scott. (Jiles. Wesley. Stone. Lee, Dibden. Gamble, Jenne, Wetters. Smith. All Ross. Meier, Aris, James. Perkins. McCoy. : , Burns. Buys. Rick CO-OPERATIVE FISKE LODGE CO-OPERATIVE DONALD COPELAND JOHN KRAUTH . RICHARD PITSCH CHARLES RAY ELLIOTT CARLOS DANVILLE . Seniors Donald Copeland Charles Ray Elliott Juniors Hugh S. Deole John Krauth Willard McPhillips Ralph Peterson George Whipple OFFICERS MEMBERS President Vice-president Secretary Treasurer House Manager Sophomores Ralph Churchill Carlos Danville William Drinkwater Thomas Flahaven Richard Pitsch Andrew Sunyar Charles Surland John Talbot Donald Thurston Freshmen James Barton Marshall Foist Richard Hadley Robert Reber Clare Stanford George Valentine Dean Willson Fiske Lodge was officially established November 29, 1937, with twelve charter members. The name, Fiske Lodge, was chosen in honor of Dr. Fiske, president of Albion College from 1878 to 1898. In the summer of 1937, the first plans were made forthe establishment of a cooperative fraternity, and on October 29, G student committee was appointed to develop a group into a cooperative fraternity which would promote scholarship and comradeship at a minimum living expense. Drink v. teb. F. ist, H. DLEv. Willson. 8t. Thurston, Whipple, Peterson. M. cPhillips. D] Churchill, ' . lentine, Kr. uth. Pitsch, Copel. Whalen. Niemann. Betz. Salzman. Hagerman. Goodali CooLEY, Roberts, Lum, Mrs. Butzer. Cutler. Tripf, La Stevenson. Graham. Blake. Davis. Pow ell, Doten. LURA POWELL . MARIAN DOTEN . BARBARA BLAKE MRS, LAILA BUTZER OFFICERS President Commissary Agent Secretary-Treasurer House Mother Bethany Benjamin Lorna Betz Barbara Blake Marjorie Cooley Blye Cutler Frances Davis Marian Doten Ruth Durhee MEMBERS Betty Goodale Barbara Graham Kathleen Hagerman Lucille Lapham Laura Marie Lord Lena Lum Mar|orie Mack Mary Ellen Martin Eleanor Tripp Barbara Whalen Harriett Niemann Florence Norton Lura Powell Morion Reavey Ruth Roberts Marjorie Solzman Helen Shephard Marilyn Stevenson CO-OPERATIVE In 1933, Dean Hall was organized as a co-operative dormitory at 400 E. Erie street, by Dean Marian Gray with the cooperation of the home economics department. Last year a new building was completed to house the group of women in the organization. DEAN HALL Gloor. Battenhouse. Peterma] . Benjamin, Appi iL. NORTHRUP. Close, Whitelam. Puhdy, Mr. ShROCK, LAnBACH, Montie, Bower, Miller. Anderson, Koerneh, Harger, MtTRDOCK, RiCHA RDS, Johnson, Wirts, Graham, Perrine. OFFICERS LOIS RICHARDS . • President MILLICENT MURDOCH Vice-president CLAYONE JOHNSON ADVISOR Treasurer M r. John G. Shrock MEMBERS Jane Anderson Carol Harger Ruth Appel Clayone Johnson Esther Battenhouse Marjorie Koerner Robert Benjamin Caryl Lauboch Barbara Beebe Jane Miller Susan Bower Rita Montie Marjorie Brehmer Millicent Murdoch Shirley Baumgarth Lois Northrup Jean Carter Barbara Perrine Margaret Close Charles Peterman Barbara Graham Lois Richards Gloria Gloor Elizabeth Whitelam Emery Gregory Mary Wirts ART CLUB The Fine Arts club has this year sponsored many fine exhibits in the exhibition room of the hbrory. The annual student project exhibit was held the latter part of May. Chief among its social activities were the annual art club bail which had the countries of the Pacific as its theme, and a picnic at the end of the school year. JAMES BRISTAH KEITH WHITEHOUSE MILDRED PLATE OFFICERS BIOLOGY CLUB President Vice-president Secretary-Treasurer Paul Beebe Milton Bennert James Bristah Donald Chickering David Kahler Albert Meinke Dr. A. R. Cfiickerin Dr. G. W. Prescott MEMBERS Kothryn Patterson Marvin Perkins Mildred Plate Lorene Rupp Keith Whitehouse John Yurchenco FACULTY ADVISORS Miss Ann Crosby Miss Lotto Rogers The Biology Club is the oldest departmental club on the campus for it was founded in 1896. Composed of students majoring or minoring in biology who maintain at least a " B " average in biology, the Biology club holds monthly round table discussions with student reports on subjects of current interest in the Field of science. This year the club brought two outstanding speakers to the campus, Dr. R. L. Kahn of the University of Michigan and Dr. Melvm H. Knisely of the University of Chicago. Bennert, Meinke. Iv. hler. Beebe. Dr. PRE.SCOTT. Dr. Chickering, Miss Crosby Rupp, P. tterson. Brist. h, Vhitehouse. Pl. CAMPUS RELIGIOUS COUNCIL OFFICERS KERMIT MEIER Treasurer MARY ADELAIDE KELLOGG Secretary Dr. HARRISON, DEAN GRAY, MRS. PAHL Advisor MEMBERS Jane Anderson Patricio Hughes Mary Margaret Baldwin Peggy Ingram Jim Bristah Mary Adelaide Kellogg Ross Bunce Marian Kurtz George Cameron Caryl Louboch Jean Close Lucy Mildren Genevieve Copeland Hugh Munson Catherine Curtis Albert Nicholls Bill Donald Harriet Nieman Donn Doten Mildred Plate Marion Doten Wood in Ross Robert Esling Norman Sleight Thomas Flahaven John Sommer Gordon Ginther Jean Stewart Allan Gray Marietta Wyman Tess Hensick Composed of representatives from all the religious groups on campus, the Campus Religious council this year brought many outstanding speakers to the college, and sponsored Religious Emphasis Week whose main speaker na os Dr. hHenry hHitt Crane, of Central Methodist church, Detroit. Gray, Sleight. Flahaven, Munson. Nicholls. Ginther. Curtis. Kurtz, Ba Ingram. Hensick, Db. Ha Hughes. Anderson. Plate. Laub. Kellogg. = A 1 % .9 w S i S 3 H " rf 3d M U l 1 wKSe 9 Putnam. Palmer, Garlinghouse, Sleight, Adams, Beebe, Hunsberger. Allen. Newman, Keeping, Miss Crosby. Dr. Randall. Miss Engle, Plate, Gildart. KlTSMAN, PURDY. DiETRICH, MuRCH, WhiTEHOUSE, PaTTERSON, NEWCOMER, RuPP. DONALD MURCH KEITH WHITEHOUSE KATHRYN DIETRICH OFFICERS President Vice-president Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Fritz Adams Gerald Allen Paul Beebe Kay Dietrich Jack Garlinghouse Charles Gildart Glenn Hunsberger Ronald Keeping Kathryn Kitsman Donald Murch ADVISORS Dr. D. L. Randall Miss Anne Crosby Miss Dorothy Engle Mary Jane Newcomer John Newman Kathryn Patterson Preston Palmer Mildred Plate Helen Purdy Mark Putnam Lorene Rupp Norman Sleight Keith Whitehouse The Chemistry club was organized in 1897 by Dr. Delos Fall, then head of the chemistry department. It still maintains as its chief purpose the study and discussion of the latest developments in the Field of chemistry. Membership is limited to twenty members majoring or minoring in chemistry who hove attained a " B " overage m chemistry. CHEMISTRY CLUB Jackson, Figge, Flahaven. Alli3. McCoy, Bhistah, Gray, Dibden, Z Renter, Friend, Reverend Yinge Turner, Ross. Donali WILLIAM DONALD WOODROW ROSS KERMIT MEIER GloydAllis James Bristah Ross Bunce Ralph Churchill Arthur Dibden Donn Doten William Donald Frederick Figge Richard Fitch Thomas Flahaven Richard Ford Robert Friend Allan Gray Arthur Jackson Robert Laimon OFFICERS MEMBERS ADVISORS Dr. S. J. Harrison Dr. F. S. Goodrich Rev. G. D. Yinger President Vice-president Secretory Robert McCoy Kermit Meier Fred Nolting Frank Renter William Rickard Walter Roshaven Woodrow Ross Gerald Salisbury Edgar Smith Jackson Turner Richard Weeks George Wipple Ralph Witmer Alton Zischke CHI EPSILON Chi Epsilon is an organization for men planning to enter social service work of a religious nature. The group met with many religious leaders who helped the members to realize more fully their two fold purpose of friendship and usefulness. ZETA EPSILON LAMBDA LUCY MILDREN HARRIETT NIEMANN JEAN CLASE JACKIE WYMAN MARGARET HAIGHT BETTY EVANS MARIAN DOTEN . MARIAN REAVEY DOROTHY WHITLEY OFFICERS President Vice-president Secretary Treasurer Social Service Leader Religious Education chairman Devotional chairman Social Chairman Press Agent MEMBERS Shirley Boumgarth Janet Kitteridge Alice Briggs Marian Kurtz Ann Burton Caryl Laubach Cecile Chubb Lucy Mildren Jean Close Harriett Niemann Peggy Close Isabelle Nixon Marian Doten Kay Osborne Ruth Durkee Helen Randall Betty Evans Veronica Ransom Lucile Farrow Marian Reavey Kathryn Fisch Lois Reader Joyce George Elizabeth Reed Margaret Haight Marianna Riddick Helen Helrigel Mary Lou Selzer Margaret Hendren Sydonna Smith Eleanor Heyslek Patricio Sommer Eleanor Jones Jean Stewart Margaret Kelly Elizabeth Sturman Mary AdelaideKellogg Dorothy Telfer Women students who wish to enter Christian or social service work compose the membership of Zeta Epsilon Lambda. At its meetings which ore held twice o month, the group discussed questions of religious and vocational interest. The members ogam this year have been Big Sisters to a group of small girls from Austin and Dalrymple schools. Eleanor Tripp Louise Wesley Dorothy Whitley Jackie Wyman Emily Ash Morjorie Cooley June Covert Mary Chamboy Donna Essex Jean Fowler Marguerite Howard Helen Matthews Christine Minshull Martha Rowe Betty Schuchardt Mildred Trefzer Mable Watson Mary Wirts Helrigel. Howard, Schuchardt. Minshull. Kurtz. Kitt redge. Reader. rELFER. Trefzer, Hevstek, Ash, Cooley, Tripp, Stewart, Briggs. A ' eslev. Selzer. Fisch. Chubb, Rowe. Baumgarth. Jones . Laubach, Sturman, Kellogg. Matthews. Roberts, Wirts, Mrs. Yinger Cl ose Essex Co ert Hendren. Burton. Haight. Wyman. Mildren. Clase Re ed Doten E kns CLASSICAL CLUB OFFICERS MARY ADELAIDE KELLOGG ALLAN GRAY . BILL DONALD . President Vice-president Secretary-Treasurer Truman Cummings Bill Donald Marshall Foist Ruth Gunn John Leach Helen Louise Matthews MEMBERS Richard Weeb Lucy Mildren Fred Powell FHelen Purdy Victor Shenemon Patricia Van Wagoner Marvin Vann ADVISOR Dr. Dorothy Schullian The Classical club is composed of students either minoring or majoring in Latin or Greek. The mam objectives of the club are better to acquaint the students with the Greek and Latin civilizations, and to stimulate an interest in ancient literature. ALLI8. Davis, Reader. Bower. McCoy. Battei EwiNG. MiLDREN, DOTEN. Mr. IrWIN. MlSS Gra Kellogg. Hensick, Muhlitner, Murdoch. Tapert. Frye. HOUSE. Miller, Nutting, Zischke f. Miss McCune. Gloor. Baldwin. Strickler, Compton, Huether. MILLICENT MURDOCH HELEN COMPTON MARSHALL STRICKLER OFFICERS President Vice-president Secretary-Treasurer Miss Julia McCune Dr. H. M. Battenhouse FACULTY MEMBERS Miss Marian Gray Mr. Joseph J. Irwin Dr. K. G. Hance Mr. Clarence Peters Gloyd Allis Mary Margaret Baldv Esther Battenhouse Susan Bower Helen Compton Frances Davis Marian Doten Willa Ewing Shirley Frye Gloria Gloor Tess Hensick HONORARY MEMBERS MEMBERS Alton Zischke Mrs. Alma Bascom Maxine Heuther Walter Jomes Mary A. Kellogg Robert McCoy Lucy Mildren Jane C. Miller Janet Muhlitner Millicent Murdoch Alice Nutting Lois Reader Marshall Strickler Lois Tapert Twenty of the college ' s outstanding writers compose the contributor ' s club which endeavors to encourage creative writing within the group. At its monthly meetings, group discussion of current literary topics, and presentation of original contribution stimulate literary interest. ' S CLUB L ■ f ' T « i- sl ' f 1 €plf w« m w W ' w - ' fc MEN ' S DEBATE Pollard, Feller, Roshaven. Sleight, Jackson. Buys. Gray. Olthoff. Adams, Crandall. Steele. MuRCH. Flahaven. Peterson, IR. Peters, McCoy. Doten. Wt Sileb. Fleming, Elliott. Bristah. Aris. Henning. Brock, Sibei Willard Adams William Aris Thomas Brock James Bristah Wilham Buys Louis Crandall Donn Doten Charles Elliott Russell Emig Max First Thomas Flahaven Leslie Fleming William Henning Arthur Jackson Laurence Wiley ADVISOR Mr. Clarence A. Peters Robert McCoy Donald Murch Donald Neitzel Robert Olthoff James Patterson Thomas Peterson Darrel l Pollard Walter Roshaven Arthur Seibert Charles Sibert Daniel Siler Justin Sleight William Steele Charles Westen The men ' s debating squad under the direction of Mr. Clarence A. Peters, participated in o total of 96 inter- collegiate debates. Winning 86% of their decision debates the men succeeded in establishing one of the best records in recent years. The men won seven of ten debates in the Albion College invitational tournament, thirteen out of fourteen debates in the Michigan Intercollegiate Speech League tournament. In the national Delta Sigma Rho tourna- ment at Madison, Wisconsin they won three of their six debates. The question debated throughout the season v as " Resolved that the United States should adopt a policy of strict military and economic isolation toward all nations (except in the western hemisphere) engaged in armed civil or international conflict. " The Albion College representatives to the Delta Sigma Rho tournament were; Leslie Fleming, Tom Brock, William Henning, Charles Elliott, and James Bristah. M, DOUGAL. Ravmo ND. Dav Atkins. Littlefiel: D. Stouf Chitbb. McIlvenna . NuTTl: Participating in eighty intercollegiate debates and o number of discussions, the women ' s squad during 1939-1940 continued the extensive octivities of previous seasons. In addition, it compiled an excellent record by placing first in three tournaments and being unsurpassed in the Delta Sigma Rho tournament at Madison, Wisconsin. The v omen began the season v ith a number of practice debates and rebuttal drills " with Wayne University, Mich- igan State College, and Michigan State Normal College. They then entered a tournament at the University of Toledo, winning first place with six victories and two defeats. Then followed a state invitational tournament held at Kalamazoo College, the Albion women again winning first place with nine victories and three defeats, in the State Tournament, held at Michigan State Normal College, Albion was the winner with eight victories and two defeats. Other events were the Manchester tournaments in which there were seven victories in ten debates,- the mixed freshman tournament, with Albion teams tied for first place; non-decision debates with Wayne University, Western Reserve University, Denison University, and Northwestern University,- and the climax of the season --the Delta Sigma Rho tournament at Madison. Here the Albion omen won five out of six debates. Comprising the squad were: Elizabeth Abbott, Nancy Atkins, Mary Margaret Baldwin, Cecile Chubb, Betsy Davison, Kathryn Fisch, Lily May Geisler, Helen Horton, Marion Kurtz, Jacqueline Littlefield, Betty McDougol, Betty McIlvenna, Lucy Mildren, Alice Nutting, Eleanor Raymond, Marian Reavey, Shirlie Stouffer, Lois Tapert, and Roberta Wiener. Dr. K. G. Hance directed the squad. ' S DEBATE ECONOMICS CLUB ROBERT RUGG JOHN SOMMER THOMAS BROCK OFFICERS President Vice-president Treasurer FACULTY ADVISORS Dr. Walter A. Terpenning Dr. Emil Leffler Mr. E, T. Miller William Aris Thomas Brock Donald Copeland Leslie Fleming Robert Fles MEMBERS Kenneth Turnbloir Roberta Wiener Thomas Foster Harger Green Warren Highstone Robert Rugg John Sommer Composed of Junior and Senior majors or minors in the Field of economics, the Economics club sponsors several pro- grams throughout the school year. The major port of the club ' s activities for the school year is the reports of its in- dividual members. TuRNBLOM, Foster. Green, Copel. nd. Dh. Tebi-enning, Mr. Leffler. Mr. Mil Aris. Sommer. Rugg. Brock. Fleming. Jacobs, Dibden, Meier, Aris, Brock, Nelles, Fleming, Green, Henning. Smith. Wesley, ANDREwa. Dr. Hall. Dr. Hendrickson, Krall. Durkee. Chambov, Compton, Elliott, McDonald, Burns, Harger. Foster OFFICERS QUENTIN MACDONALD President CHARLES ELLIOTT Vice-president CAROLYN HARGER Secretary BILL BURNS MEMBERS Treasurer Elizabeth Abbott Thomas Foster Thomas Andrews Harger Green William Aris Carolyn Harger Thomas Brock William Henning Mary Chamboy Harrison Jacobs Helen Compton Howard Kroll Henry Cooper Quentin MacDonald Arthur Dibden Kay McKale Ruth Durkee Kermit Meier Charles Elliott Morton Nelles Russell Emig Hayden Smith Lucille Forro Louise Wesley Leslie Flemming ADVISORS Bill Burns Dr. R. G. Hall Dr. H . O. Hendrickson Composed of upper classmen majoring or minoring in the social sciences who show particular interest and outstanding abihty, the Forum club promotes the study of problems In this field. A better interpretation and a more thorough under- standing of contemporary problems are encouraged by group discussions and the presentations of papers by students at the meetings. FORUM CLUB Frye. Wiener. Wirts, CL-iMER, Cl Burton, Cornish, Hill, Dr. Gilbe Kinney, Walrad. Lawrence, Ell OFFICERS QUENTiN McDonald CONNIE JOHNSON . JEAN ELLERBY . MARGARET LAWRENCE President Vice-president Secretary Treasurer Jane Anderson Florence Barker Barbara Beebe Bette Brown Ann Burton Jane Clement Jane Clymer BIyle Cutler Barbara Cornish Arthur Dibden Jane Ellerby Leonard E. Engstron Donna Essex Betty Evans Murry Gold Barbara Graham Betty Hantz Helen Helrigel Moida Henry Margaret Hill Jean Jackson MEMBERS ADVISOR D. M. Gilbert Connie Johnson Anna Marie Kinney Jane Klien George Lane Margaret Lawrence Ouentin McDonald Faith Manning Betty Mcllvenna Margaret McKee Jane Miller Janet Muhlitner Mary Wirts Thomas Peterson Ruth Reader Ruth Roberts Kathleen Smith Lloyd Smith James Vonder Heydt Jane Walrad Roberta Wiener Emil Zvonik FRENCH CLUB Le Cercle Francois is composed oF students who ore majoring or minoring in French. It holds monthly meetings conducted in French at which there are songs, games, informal talks, and discussions of French customs. At the first meeting new members presented anecdotes. ALBERT MEINKE HAZEL CAUKIN VERNON WOLFE JEAN STEWART Winona Adamy Nancy Atkins Lorna Betz James Bristah Hazel Caukin Kathryn Fisch Phyllis Foster Betty Goodale Anna Marie Kinney OFFICERS MEMBERS Vernon Wolfe ADVISOR Dr. G. G. Rathje GERMAN CLUB President Vice-president Secretary Treasurer Janet MacDonald Albert Meinke Alice Nutting Richard Pitch Mrs. G. G. Rathje Harry Stewart Jean Stewart Jane Valentine George Whipple Die Deutche Gesselschaft made a special effort in all of its meetings to encourage the use of German in conversation. The members, all either majors or minors, ore studying the background of the German people and their customs. SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS MARGARET GARRED President HOWARD KRAUTH Vice-president WAYNE ELLINGER Secretary DORIS HARROUN Treasurer FACULTY ADVISORS Dr. Vera Buck Dr. D.M.Gilbert MEMBERS Jean Carter Jane Clement Barbara Cornish William Dodds Wayne Ellinger Doris Flanigon Beatrice Kettell Ruth Kirkby Howard Krauth Faith Manning Ralph Peterson Thomas Peterson Thomas Foster Margaret Garred Doris Harroun Julia Hatton Elizabeth Henderson Margaret Hill Peggy Ingram Lois Reader Marian Reavey George Robuck Tyndale Rutledge Roberta Wiener Helen Williams Alton Zischke This year the Spanish club hod many very interesting meetings to acquaint its members with the Spanish language and the people who speak it. The meetings are all conducted in Spanish. For the First meeting of the year the club had a dinner at the Parker Inn. Another of its social events was the club party at which entertainers from the University of Detroit took part. Foster. Zischke. Clement, Funigan, Wiener, Hill, R Kettell. Henderson, Re.ideh, Dr. Buck. Ingram, Carter, T. P Cornish, Harrotjn, Ellinger, Garred, Hatton, Krii ' PEL, Hebinger. Doten. , TrCHTENHAGEN. MlSS LUDV. MlSS PENNINGTON, SlOW REHL. Thompson. Garred, Van Gordon, Smith. Rowe OFFICERS MARGARET GARRED BETH TRUCKS PATRICIA VAN GORDON President Secretary Treasurer Ruth Appel Kathryn Dietrich Marion Doten Margaret Garred Joan Hartrick Barbara Hebinger Marion Krehl Marjorie Mack MEMBERS Helen Wittenberg Martha Rowe Barbara Slowey Kathleen Smith Helen Thompson Beth Trucks Jeanice Tuchtenhagen Patricia Van Gordon Elizabeth Whitelam ADVISORS Miss Pearl Ludy Miss Kcthryne Pennington The Home Economics club is composed of omen majoring in home economics who maintain a B ' average. This year their second annual waffle supper was an outstanding event. The club IS affiliated with state and national associations. The organization desires to promote a better understanding of the home economics and its purpose in everyday life. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Dunn, Perrine, Longman, Ballahd, Bleecker. Baumgartner, Sunyar, Dr. Fuller. Dr. Spencer, Stone, Surland. Preston. R, ROARK, ESLING, KraUTH, McCoY. SESSIONS, HUNSB HERBERT McCOY JOHN KRAUTH CECIL SESSIONS OFFICERS President Vice-president Secretary Gerald Alien Henry Aughton Robert Bollard Herbert Bonk Beryl Baumgortner Roger Berlin Horrie Bleecker Arnold Boe Ross Bunce Robert Esling Ralph Fischer Marvin Geisler Charles Gildard Gordon Ginther Charles Guidot Raymond Hansen David Horrison Glen Hunsburger John Krauth David Lowler MEMBERS Melvin Lindley Ernest Longman Wolloce Marshal Robert Moynord Herbert McCoy John Newman John Palmer Frank Pelton Eugene Perrine Dan Preston Mark Putmon Harrison Roark Marvin Schoultz John Stone Andred Sunyar Charles Surland William Stoffer Philip Towie Kenneth Trippe Robert Webber ADVISORS Dr. R. G. Spencer Dr. H. Q. Fuller The Physics Club is composed of students interested in the further study of physics. Monthly meetings, occasional visits to research laboratories and factories, and outside speakers acquaint its members vyith current discoveries and develop- ments in the field of physics. Individual student reports have shovv n considerable research technique. PHYSICS CLDB INDEPENDENT WOMEN ' S LEAGUE BARBARA CORNISH BETTY EVANS JEAN CARTER CHRISTINE MINSHULL Helen Ackley Opal Baker Marjorie Brehmer Betty Carrick Fern Capron Jean Carter Mory Chamboy Barbara Cornish Betty Evans Mary Louise Foster Phyllis Foster Joyce George Margaret Haight OFFICERS MEMBERS President Vice-president Secretary . Treasurer Beatrice Kettell Helen Matthews Barbara McConnell Christine Minshull Barbara Perrine Elizabeth Reed Ruth Roberts Elizabeth Sturman Mildred Trefzer Betty Walter Barbara Weeks SPONSORS ■ Dr. Dorothy Schulliar Dr. Vera Buck Organized to provide social and athletic activity among the non-sorority women, the Independent Women ' s League has grown very rapidly on the campus. It has sponsored many social functions for all of the independents this year. The group, which meets weekly, encourages better scholarship among the independents. p. Foster. Reed, George, Trefzer. Sturm. n. Dr. Buck. Dr. Schulliax. M. Foster. Perrine, C. hter, Cornish, Ev.vns ' S SELF GOVT HELEN COMPTON CAROL HARGER MARIAN KURTZ MILLICENT MURDOCH Genevieve Copeland Tess Hensick Margaret Lawrence Kathryn Patterson OFFICERS PROCTORS President Vice-president Secretary Treasurer Mildred Plate Elizabeth Whitelam Lura Powell, Dean Hall representative The Executive board of the Women ' s Self Government Association which is composed of four officers and six proctors, Miss Morion Gray, dean of women, ond Mrs. F. Fay Wolfe, housemother, exists for the maintenance of order and for the provision of a successful and working social program in the dormitories. Each year student members are elected by the association of women students of Susanna Wesley FHall, Ingham house. Avenue house, and Dean FHall. Hensick, Powell. Lawrence, Copel. nd. Mbb. Wolfe, Patterson, Miss Gray. Plate. Whitelam, Muhdock, Compton, Harger. Kurtz. OFFICERS GENEVIEVE COPELAND MILDRED PLATE . MARY ADELAIDE KELLOGG MARIAN KURTZ President Vice-president Secretary Treasurer Jane Anderson Mary Margaret Baldv Catherine Curtis Marian Doten CABINET ADVISORS Dean Gray Mrs. Marvin Pahl Tess Hensick Patricia Hughes Peggy Ingram Cory! Laubach The work of the Y. W. C. A. has been that of estabhshing a closer hnk between students and of enriching their hves through rehgious, social, and intellectual expression. Among its activities are the monthly meetings, v eekly vesper services in the dormitory, and social work in two of the city schools. It provides Big Sisters ' for the freshmen women and helps sponsor the Freshman Mixer. The most fitting statement of its purpose is in the purpose of all of theY. W. C. A. ' s. " We unite in our desire to realize a full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God. We determine to have a part in making this life possible for all people. " Y. W. C. A. F. HARGER GREEN EDWARD Z. BOIES Editor Ass ' t. Editor SEMORS ELIZABETH ABBOTT Albion, Michigan Delta Gamma Spanish Club, Treasurer Y. W. C. A. Forum Club Debate Basketball, Hockey GLOYD E. ALLIS Morenci, Michigan Goodrich Club Contributors ' Club German Club Chi Epsilon Y. M. C. A. Choir WILLIAM A. ARIS Rochester, Michigan Goodrich Club Economics Club Forum Club GEORGIA ATHA Mt. Pleasant, Michigan Delta Gamma Lambda Mu, Social Chmn. Choir ALMA BASCOM Albion, Michigan Contributors ' Club A. DICRAN ACKLAND Morenci, Michigan Sigma Nu Co-operative Board Interfraternity Council THOMAS ANDREWS Muskegon, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon Editor-in-chief Albionian Forum Club Pleiad Band (4 years) Alpha Phi Gamma Debate Pre-law Chairman HEBER ASHMUN Midland, Michigan Delta Tau Delta Interfraternity Council Band Track MARY M. BALDWIN Detroit, Michigan Delta Gamma Contributors ' Club; Spanish Club; Albion College Players, Secretary; Theto Alpha Phi, Secretary Campus Religious Council Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Chevron, Secretary; Delta SigmaRho;Debate; Lambda Mu, Treasurer; Student Council, Secretary- Treasurer;Choir;Extempore Speaking; Oratory; Phi Gamma. ROBERT W. BEMER St. Johns, Michigan Delta Tau Delta Kappo-Mu Epsilon Band Orchestra MILTON BENNERT Detroit, Michigan Alpha Kappa Phi Biology Club Y. M. C. A. EDWARD BOIES Nashville, Michigan Spanish Club Contributors ' Club Albionian Staff Pleiad Staff Albion College Ployers, Vice-president Theta Alpha Phi Football Track JAMES W. BRISTAH Plymouth, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon Biology Club German Club Debate Chi Epsilon Delta Sigma Rho Camous Religious Council Phi Gamma ANN BURTON Albion, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha French Club Zeta Epsilon Lambda Y. W. C. A. Choir Pleiad Staff CECILECOSTON CHUBB Muskegon Hts. Mich. Gamma Gamma Chi Lambda Mu Zeta Epsilon Lambda HELEN COMPTON Pontiac, Michigan Kappa Delta, President Contributors ' Club; Forum Club, Vice-president, Senior Class; Y. W. C. A. Council; Pan-Hellenic Council; Publications Council, Secretary; W. S. G. A., President MARTHA A. BOHN Battle Creek, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta Spanish Club SUSAN F. BOWER Greenville, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega Art Club W. A. A. Y. W. C. A. Contributors ' Club Co-op Board WILLIAM B. BURNS McDonald, Pa. Goodrich Club " A " Club Track, 4 yrs. Forum Club Student Council VICTOR CHRISTOPHER Albion, Michigan Sigma Chi JANE E. CLYMER Albion, Michigan French Club Campus Religions Council W. A. A. Y. W. C. A. Cabinet [I ' DONALD COPELAND Grass Lake, Michigan Economics Club Fiske Lodge, President SENIORS H. GENEVIEVE COPELAND Moberly, Missouri Zeta Tau Alpha, President Home Economics Club Junior Class Secretary W. A. A. Vice-president Y. W. C. A., President W. A. A. Basketball, Hockey Pan-Hellenic Council W. S. G. A. Board ALICE C. CROSBY Jackson, Michigan FRANCES E. DAVIS St. Charles, Michigan German Club Contributors ' Club W. A. A. KATHRYN DIETRICH Wayne, Michigan Kappa Delta, Treasurer Home Economics Club Chemistry Club, Secretary- Treasurer Chevron, Historian CHARLES R. ELLIOTT Grand Haven, Mich. Fiske Lodge, Treasurer Chi Epsilon Student Council Debate BARBARA J. CORNISH Lawton, Michigan Independent Women ' s League, President Spanish Club French Club Secretary, Senior Class Bond N. BLYE CUTLER Flint, Michigan Dean Hall SAMUEL DICKIE Albion, Michigan Sigma Chi Albion College Players Interfroternity Council Football Manager Soph. Class Treasurer Senior Class Treasurer Business Manager, Albionian Theta Alpha Phi Alpha Phi Gamma WILLIAM C. DONALD Pontiac, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon College League Forum Chi Epsilon Y. M. C A. Classical club Campus Religious Council, President JEAN ELLERBY Albion, Michigan Delta Gamma French Club, Secretary Choir Y.„W. C. A. ROBERT, H. ESLING Albion, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi Physic Club, Vice-president Kappa Mu Epsilon Classical Club Y. M. C. A. Track ALBERT H. FEDERICO Moyfield Heights, Ohio Sigma Nu " A " Club, Vice-president Football Track Basketball Y. M. C. A. MARY LOUISE FOSTER Bronson, Michigan Independent Women ' s League Forum Club Y. W. C. A. W. A. A. BARBARA FAUSELL Jackson, Michigan SHIRLEY J. FRYE Albion, Michigan Delta Gamma, Secretary Alb ion College Players Contributors ' Club Y. W. C A. Theto Alpha Phi Chevron Phi Gamma M. CHARLES GILDART Coro, Michigan Albion College Players Physics Club Chemistry Club Albionian Staff Pleiad Staff Theto Alpha Phi MURRAY GOBLE Battle Creek, Michigan Basketball WILLIAM FEDUNIAK Akron, Ohio Track Football Basketball All-MIAA Center JEAN FOWLER Ferndale, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta W. A. A. Y. W. C. A. Zeto Epsilon Lambda Hockey Basketball Volleyball JACK H. GARLENT East Lansing, Michigan Phi Delta Theta GORDON B. GINTHER Williamsville, New York JACK I. GODDARD Grosse Pointe, Michigan Sigma Chi, President Interfroternity Council, Vice-president WILLIAM GOULD Dowagiac, Michigan Pleiad Staff Track HARGER GREEN Pontiac Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon, President, Treasurer Interfraternity Council, President Phi Gamma Forum Club EconomicsClub Albionian Staff CAROLYN HARGER Farmington, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega; Chev- ron, President, W. S. G. A. Vice-president, Student Council; W. A. A,; Y. W. C. A.; Spanish Club; Forum Club, Secretary; Art Club; Campus Religious Council- Freshman Class Secretary. DORIS V. HARROUN Detroit, Michigan Kappa Delta Spanish Club, Treasurer W. A. A. Y. W.C.A BARBARA HEBINGER Detroit, Michigan Zeto Tau Alpha FHome Economics Club SEIilORS DONNAJ.HARING Three Rivers, Michigan Delta Gamma JOAN L. HARTRICK Royal Oak, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega Home Economics Club W. A. A. Y. W. C. A. LOWELL HEINMILLER Lakewood, Ohio Sigma Chi, President Interfraternity Counc HELEN E. HELRIGEL Traverse City, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta Zeta Epsilon Lambda Y. W. C. A. French Club MARGARET L HILL Detroit, Michigan Kappa Delta, Secretary Spanish Club French Club W. A. A. Y. W. C. A. Basketball Tennis PATRICIA J. HOUGHTON Detroit, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega Y. W. C. A. GLENN HUNSBERGER Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Sigma Nu Chemistry Club Physical Research Club WALTER S. JAMES Putnam, Connecticut Goodrich Club Phi Mu Alpha Choir Contributors ' Club Albion College Players Madrigal Group DAVID KAHLER Meadville, Pa. WILLIAM HENNING Kalamaroo, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon, Sec. Delta Sigma Rho, Pres. Debate Oratory Extempore speaking Albionian staff Forum club Pleiad staff SARA J. HORNUNG Cadillac, Michigan Beta Iota, Choir, Ass ' t. director Lambda Mu, President MAXINE V. HUETHER Muskegon, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega Contributors ' Club W. A. A. Basketball Volleyball HARRISON K. JACOBS Concord, Michigan Forum Club Y. M. C. A. Band Orchestra RALPH L JONES Royal Oak, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi, Treasurer Choir HOWARD L. KRALL Watervliet, Michigan Sigma Nu Forum Club German Club " A " Club Track Football % SEMORS FRED J. KRUEGER Adrian, Michigan Delta Tau Delta President, " A " Club Football Basketball Track DAVID LAWLER Albion, Michigan Kappa Mu Epsilon Physics Club HERBERT McCOY Albion, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon Physics Club Kappa Mu Epsilon MARIE E. KUHN Pleasant Ridge, Mich. Alpha Chi Omega, Pres. French Club Home Economics Club Art Club Pan-Hellenic Council EDWARD R. LINDOW Grosse Pointe, Michigan Alpha Tau Omega " A " Club Football Track DAVID S. LUXENBERG JACK McDOUGALL Ellwood City, Pa. Flint, Michigan " A " Club Band Football Y. M. C. A. Basketball QUENTiN McDonald Kansas City, Missouri French Club Forum Club Phi Gamma BETTY MclLVENNA MARY K. McKALE Virginia, Minnesota Lansing, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta Delta Gamma French Club Forum Club Debate Oratory Delta Sigma Rho MARGARET McKEE Birmingham, Michigan Delta Gamma French Club W. A. A. Board Y. W. C. A. Basketball Tennis Volleyball Junior Class Vice-president KERMIT I. MEIER Muskegon, Michigan Goodrich Club Forum Club Chi Epsilon, Secretary- Treasurer Y. M. C. A., Treasurer Campus Religious Council, Treasurer College League Forum, President JANE C. MILLER Royal Oak, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega French Club Art Club Contributors ' Club Y. W. C. A. MILLICENT MURDOCH Detroit, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega Contributors ' Club, Pres- ident; Art Club, Vice- president; Y. W. C. A.; SpanishClub; W. S. G. A. Treasurer; Chevron, Treasurer; A I b i o n i a n; Pleiad; Phi Gamma. MORTON A. NELLES Pontiac, Michigan Sigma Nu Spanish Club Forum Club " A " Club Golf BEATRICE M. NESBITT Butler, Pennsylvania Alpha Chi Omega German Club Lambda Mu, Secretary Madrigal Singers Opera Choir MARJORIE MACK Three Rivers, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha W. A. A. Board Home Economics Club Y. W. C. A. LUCY E. MILDREN Waucedo, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta; Zeta Epsilon Lambda, President; College League Forum, Vice-president; Contrib- uters ' Club; Classical Club; Albion College Players; Debate; Volleyball. JANET A. MUHLITNER Detroit, Michigan Delta Gamma French Club Contributors ' Club Pleiad 3 HOWARD NEILSON Detroit, Michigan Alpha Tau Omega Interfraternity Council DON R. NELSON Adrian, Michigan " A " Club Footballj Tennis T 8 575S: MARY J. NEWCOMER Monroe, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega Chemistry Club Choir Y. W. C. A. W. A. A. SERIORS ALICE A. NUTTING Homer, Michigan Delta Sigma Rho, Secretary Albion College Players Contributors ' Club German Club Theta Alpha Phi LURA P. POWELL Grand Rapids, Mich. Classical Club Forum Club W. A. A., President Choir W. S. G.A Board HARRIET L. RATZ Flint, Michigan Delta Gamma German Club HARRISON ROARK Laingsburg, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi Kappa Mu Epsilon Physics Club Track J. ROBERT RUGG Middleville, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon Economics Club, President President, Junior Class KATHRYN PATTERSON Detroit, Michigan Delta Gamma French Club Chemistry Club Biology Club Chevron, Vice-president W.S. G.A. Board Phi Gamma DOROTHY I. RAFTER Ann Arbor, Michigan Kappa Mu Epsilon, N ice- president French Club Orchestra Albionian Staff Phi Gamma ESTHER R. REYNOLDS Jackson, Michigan JOHN W ROSS Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Goodrich Club LORENE E. RUPP Morenci, Michigan Kappa Delta German Club Chemistry Club Biology Club Phi Gamma GERALD SALISBURY Fowler, Michigan Fiske Lodge Chi Epsilon ••A " Club Track Football DICK C. SHEELE Jackson, Michigan Sigma Nu HOWARD F. SIMONS Lapeer, Michigan Alpha Tau Omega Football Track NORMAN R. SLEIGHT Laingsburg, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi; Y. M. C. A., Secretary; Kappa Mu Epsilon, President; Chemistry Club; Campus Religious Council; Physics Club; I nte r f ra te rn i ty Council; Albion College Players; Phi Gamma; Foot- ball; Basketball; Presi- dent Sophomore, Senior Class; President Student Council. HAYDEN R.SMITH Chicago, Illinois Sigma Nu; Spanish Club; Forum Club; " A " Club, Campus Religious Council, Student Council; Debate; Freshman Basketball; Var- sity TenniS; Manager Col- lege Bookstore; Phi Gamma. ERWIN B. SOBER Lansing, Michigan Phi Mu Alpha EWALD SCHADT Detroit, Michigan Delta Tau Delta Physics Club VICTOR SHENEMAN Bellaire, Michigan Classical Club Chi Epsilon PHILIP M. SIRRINE Grand Rapids, Mich. Sigma Chi Band Orchestra JEANE.SLOWEY Albion, Michigan LLOYD H. SMITH, JR Oxford, Michigan Goodrich Club Phi Mu Alpha, Secretory French Club Albion College Players Band JOHN A.SOMMER,JR Bronson, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon, Vice- president Economics Club,Vice-pres. Chemistry Club German Club Biology Club Phi Gamma SENIORS MARY A. STONER Monroe, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega ALBERT TAMARELLI Detroit, Michigan Sigma Nu Albionian Staff PATRICIA VAN GORDEN Albion, Michigan Delta Gommo Home Economics Club, Treasurer Y. W. C. A. Tennis Hockey MABLE L. WATSON Ferndale, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta, Secretary Zeto Epsilon Lambda ArtClub W.A. A. GORDON J. WATT Detroit, Michigan Alpha Tau Omega, Vice- president LOUISE G. WESLEY Buenos Aires, Argentina Spanish Club Forum Club Zeto Epsilon Lambda HELEN WITTENBERG Cement City, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha Home Economics Club Basketball Volleyball EMIL ZVONIK Joffre, Pennsylvania ■■A " Club French Club Football Basketball RONALD G. KEEPING Plymouth, Michigan Graduate Student Chemistry Club ALAN W. WILBUR Johnson, Vermont Sigma Phi Epsilon Track MARIAN V. YINGER Lansing, Michigan Albion College Players, President, Theta Alpha Phi;StudentCouncil, Vice- president, Contributors ' Club; Y. W. C. A., Sec- retary; W. S. G. A. Board; Debate; Campus Religious Council. GEORGE APPELMAN Albion, Michigan Graduate Student Phi Mu Alpha Bond Orchestra ORDELLMcELHANEY McDonald, Pa. Tau Kappa Epsilon Graduate Student " A " Club Football Track Basketball SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES MRS. MARIAN BOWERS GEORGE J. CAMERON FRED COOK JOHN R. DALTON JACK C. DURAND WILLIAM J. DUSSE RUSSELL EMIG HOMER N. FRAZIER STEVE BEBAN LEE F. NICHOLS BRYANT W. RUTHVEN jumoRS HELEN E. ACKLEY Homer, Michigan Independent Women ' s League Orchestra Band Lambda Mu GERALD F. ALLEN Albion, Michigan Chemistry Club Kappa Mu Epsilon JANE ANDERSON Det roit, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha Art Club, Secretary Y. W. C. A., Cabinet Campus Religious Counci French Club W. A. A. Board EMILY F. ASH Three Rivers, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta Y. W. C. A. Choir Zeta Epsilon Lambda ROBERT R. BALLARD Birch Run, Michigan Physics Club Kappa Mu Epsilon FLORENCE M. BARKER Detroit, Michigan Kappa Delta Basketball Volleyball RUTH MARIE APPEL Muskegon, Michigan Delta Gamma Art Club Home Economics Club Basketball Volleyball Tennis W. A. A. Board HENRY J. AUGHTON Hamden, Connecticut Sigma Chi Physics Club Football Track HERBERT BANKS Saginaw, Michigan Physics Club HENRY BARNES Detroit, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon " A " Club Track ESTHER BATTENHOUSE Albion, Michigan Kappa Delta Contributors ' Club Art Club PAUL BEEBE Akron, Ohio Sigma Chi Chemistry Club BARBARA J. BLAKE Galesburg, Michigan Y. W. C. A. W, A. A. Board Kappa Mu Epsilon Dean Hall, Secretary- Treasurer ARNOLD M. BOE Detroit, Michigan Alpha Tau Omega GEORGE E. BREWER Flint, Michigan Band Orchestra Y. M. C. A. ERWIN A. BUTTERFIELD Rutland, Vermont Delta Tau Delta R LEE CARTY Albion, Michigan BARRY B. BEACH Grand Rapids, Mich. Sigma Nu German Club " A " Club Football BONNIE BERRYMAN Highland Park, Mich. Alpha Chi Omega Y. W. C. A Choir HARRIE L. BLEECKER Lansing, Michigan Goodrich Club; Albion College Players; Y. M. C. A.; " A " Club; Student Council; Kappa Mu Epsilon; Physics Club;Foot- ball; Track. GERALDINE M. BRADFORD Albion, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega lllki TOM D. BROCK Plymouth, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon, Treasurer Economics Club Forum Club Student Council State Extem. Champion Debate Oratory WILLIAM E. BUYS Muskegon, Michigan Goodrich Club Debate HAZEL B. CAUKIN Hastings, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha, Secretary German Club, Vice- president W. A. A., Treasurer Hockey Basketball Tennis JUNIORS MARSHALL H. COOK Hastings, Michigan Sigma Nu, President ■■A " Club Coop Board Basketball E. GRANT COWAN Royal Oak, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi Coop Board JAMES C. DANFORTH Grosse Pointe, Mich. Sigma Chi Freshman Football JEANETTE E. DEAN Jackson, Michigan Delta Gamma Volleyball Basketball JOHN A. DICK Niles, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi DONN P. DOTEN Bay City, Michigan Football " A " Club Y. M. C. A., President Chi Epsilon Albion College Players Debate Theta Alpha Phi HENRY G. COOPER Detroit, Michigan Alpha Tau Omega Forum Club " A " Club Track CATHERINE V. CURTIS Detroit, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega Campus Religious Council Y. W. C. A. Cabinet HUGH S. DEALE Michigan City, Indiana Fiske Lodge Choir ARTHUR J. DIBDEN Pigeon, Michigan Goodrich Club Forum Club Histrionic Club French Club Chi Epsilon Y. M. C. A, WILLIAM F. DODDS Ellwood City, Pa. Spanish Club Football " A " Club MARIAN DOTEN Bay City, Michigan Dean Hall W. A. A. Board Zeta Epsilon Lambda Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Albion College Players Contributors ' Club Home Economics Club PAUL F. DUNN Albion, Michigan WAYNE W. ELLINGER Allegan, Michigan Spanish Club Band Orchestra KATHRYN J. FISCH Rogers City, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta, President; German Club; Debate; Delta Sigma Rho; Y. W. C. A.; Zeta Epsilon LambdajW. A. A. ; Pan- Hellenic Council; Volley- ball. RICHARD L.FORD Detroit, Michigan Tou Kappa Epsilon Pleiad, Editor-in-chief Albionian staff Alpha Phi Gamma Y. M. C. A. Chi Epsilon Campus Religious Council ROBERT C. FRIEND E. Grand Rapids, Mich. Goodrich Club Phi Mu Alpha Y. M. C. A. Campus Religious Council MARVIN K. GEISLER Muskegon, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon Kappa Mu Epsilon Physics Club GLORIA GLOOR Detroit, Michigan Delta Gamma Art Club Contributors ' Club W. A. A. Volleyball Tennis RUTH V. DURKEE Flint, Michigan Forum Club Zeta Epsilon Lambda Basketball Swimming BETTY LOU EMBLER Detroit, Michigan Spanish Club LESLIE W. FLEMING Detroit, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon; Debate; DeltaSigmaRho; Albionian, Associate Editor; Pleiad Staff; Forum Club; Econom- ics Club; Spanish Club; " A " Club; Track; Cheer- leader. TOM G. FOSTER Detroit, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon Spanish Club Economics Club MARGARET GARRED Detroit, Michigan Delta Gamma Spanish Club, President Home Economics Club Pan-Hellenic Council, Treasurer W. A. A. Y. W. C. A. JOYCE M. GEORGE Harbor Beach, Mich. Zeta Epsilon Lambda Independent Women ' s League BETTY GOODALE Huntington, Indiana Zeta Tau Alpha German Club W. A. A. Swimming JUNIBRS CHARLES A. GUIDOT Detroit, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi Physics Club BETTY S. HANTZ Detroit, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta French Club hlockey Basketball ROBERT C. HAYHOE St. Johns, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon Junior Class Treasurer ••A " Club Football TESS E. HENSICK Detroit, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega Contributors ' Club W. S. G. A. Board Y. W. C. A., Cabinet Albion College Players Campus Religious Council WARREN HIGHSTONE St. Ignace, Michigan Economics Club Pleiad, Managing Editor Alpha Phi Gamma MARCIA A. IRONSIDE Hastings, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha ELROY A. HANKS Lansing, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon Biology Club ROBERT M. HART Detroit, Michigan Sigma Chi Pleiad, Sports Editor " A " Club, Treasurer Football Track ELIZABETH A. HENDERSON Detroit, Michigan Delta Gamma Spanish Club W. A. A. VELMA HESSEL Muskegon, Michigan Kappa Delta MARGARET INGRAM Detroit, Michigan Kappa Delta, Treasurer Albionian Staff Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Spanish Club Lambda Mu Kappa Mu Epsilon, Secretary-Treasurer W. A. A. Board Campus Religious Council CLAYONE JOHNSON Detroit, Michigan Delta Gamma Art Club, Treasurer French Club, Vice- president Volleyball GWENDOLYN JOHR Detroit, Michigan ANNA M. KINNEY Fruitport, Michigan Zeta Tou Alpha German Club French Club HOWARD L. KRAUTH Lapeer, Michigan Alpha Tou Omega Spanish Club, Vice- president MARIAN E.KREHL Detroit, Michigan Kappa Delta hlome Economics Club GEORGE M. LANE Albion, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi MARY A. KELLOGG Morenci, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta, Secretary Contributors ' Club Classical Club, President Zeta Epsilon Lambda Campus Religious Council Pleiad Staff Y. W. C. A., Secretary WILLIAM H.KNAPP Detroit, Michigan Sigma Chi JOHN F. KRAUTH Henderson, Michigan Fiske Lodge Kappa Mu Epsilon Physics Club, Vice- president MARIAN L. KURTZ Alpena, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta Albion College Players Zeta Epsilon Lambda Y.W.C. A., Treasurer W. S. G. A., Secretary Debate Oratory CARYL J. LAUBACH Highland Park, Mich. Alpha Chi Omega Albionian MARGARET JUNE E. LEMON LAWRENCE Cleveland, Ohio Grand Rapids, Mich. Zeta Tau Alpha Delta Gamma Choir French Club, Treasurer Y.W.C. A. W. S. G. A.Board W. A. A. Volleyball Basketball MELVIN E. LINDLEY HERBERT L. LOMBARD Albion, Michigan Hart, Michigan Band Delta Sigma Phi, Kappa Mu Epsilon President Choir Manager Bookstore ■ JUMORS BETTY McDOUGAL Detroit, Michigan Debate Extempore Speaking Delta Sigma Rho FAITH L. MANNING Lansing, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta Albion College Pl ayers French Club Spanish Club Junior Class Vice- president ALBERT H.MEINKE Detroit, Michigan Sigma Nu German Club, President Chemistry Club Football Pleiad Staff REITAM.MONTIE River Rouge, Michigan Zeta Tou Alpha Art Club Albionian Staff Pleiad Staff Y.W. C. A. HUGHC. MUNSON Saginaw, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi Campus Religious Council Y. M. C. A., Cabinet JOHN C. NEWMAN Midland, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon Chemistry Club Physics Club WILLARD McPHILLIPS Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Fiske Lodge Y. M. C. A. RUSSELL G. MARSH Albion, Michigan Sigma Chi Interfraternity Council Publications Council Albionian Staff CHRISTINE MINSHULL Detroit, Michigan Independent Women ' s League, Treasurer GEORGE A. MORRISS Albion, Michigan Delta Tau Delta DON P. MURCH Midland, Mich. Tau Kappa Epsilon Kappa Mu Epsilon German Club Chemistry Club, President Debate Band Tennis FLORENCE NORTON Detroit, Michigan Choir Lambda Mu JOHN P PALMER Albion, Michigan WM. E. PENGELLY Grosse Pointe, Mich. Delta Tau Delta BARBARA L. PERRINE Albion, Michigan ArtClub Independent Club Basketball RALPH L. PETERSON Niles, Michigan Fiske Lodge Spanish Club Varsity Tennis MILDRED M. PLATE Detroit, Michigan Kappa Delta, Pres.,- Biology Club, Secretary; Chemistry Club, Secretory-Treasurer,- W.A.A.; Y.W.C. A., Vice- president; Pan- Hellenic, President; W. S. G. A.; Sophomore Class, Sec- retary; Co-op Board, Vice- president; Student Council. MARGARET G.PURDY Howell, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega ArtClub Y. W. C. A. Choir HELEN C. RANDALL Albion, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega W, A. A. Y. W. C. A. Secretary, Junior Class LOIS J. READER Detroit, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega, Treas- urer; W. A. A., Secretary; Y. W. C. A.; Contributors ' Club; Spanish Club; Zeta Epsilon Lambda; TenniS; Basketboll; Volleyball ROBERT C. PETERS Albion, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon Band Drum Major Orchestra THOMAS PETERSON St. Ignace, Michigan French Club Spanish Club Track HELEN D.PURDY Howell, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega Chemistry Club Classical Club MARK S. PUTNAM Midland, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon Chemistry Club Kappa Mu Epsilon Physics Club VERONICA RANSOM Kalamazoo, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha W. A. A. Y. W. C A. Varsity Tennis ELIZABETH JANE REED Detroit, Michigan Independent Women ' s League Zeta Epsilon Lambda JUNIORS CARL W. RENDA Albion, Michigan Football ■■A ' XIub JACK A. RININGER Pontiac, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon Freshmen Basketball Interfraternity Council President, Publications Council WARD ROBOSSON Detroit, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi Y. M. C. A. MARTHA ROWE Detroit, Michigan Zeto Tau Alpha FHome Economics Club W. A. A. ARTHUR M. SEIDELL Pontiac, Michigan BETTY M. SLACK GrancJ RapicJs, Mich. Alpha Chi Omega Albion College Players LOIS J. RICHARDS Midland, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha Art Club, President Y. W.C. A. Pan-Hellenic Council, Secretary RUTH E. ROBERTS East Chicago, Indiana Zeta Epsilon Lambda French Club Independent Women ' s League Band Orchestra Lambda Mu Woodrow Ivan Ross Lansing, Michigan Chi Epsilon, Vice-Pres. ROBERT W. SAXTON Grand Rapids, Mich. Delta Tau Delta, President Band CECIL SESSIONS Monroe, Michigan Kappa Mu Epsilon Physics Club, Secretary- Treasurer BARBARA SLOWEY Albion, Michigan Home Economics Club EDGAR M. SMITH Lake City, Michigan Chi Epsilon Y. M. C. A. Student Pastor WILLIAM R. STOPFER Albion, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi LOIS M. TAPERT Detroit, Michigan Zeta Tou Alpha, President Albion College Players Publication Council Debate Theta Alpha Phi Delta Sigma Rho KATHARINE TOWNSEND Flint, Michigan Delta Gamma Basketball JEANICE TUCHTENHAGEN Albion, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha Home Economics Club CHARLES VANDERLINDE Muskegon, Michigan Sigma Nu Football Basketball GERTRUDE M. VERRY Jackson, Michigan LYNN U. SMITH Albion, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon Y. M. C. A. Band Orchestra JOHN W. STONE Milford, Massachusetts Goodrich Club Physics Club HELEN THOMPSON Detroit, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega Home Economics Club W. A. A. Y. W. C. A. BETH TRUCKS Baldwin, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta Home Economics Club, Secretary MARCIA UDELL Marshall, Michigan PETER T, VANSON Grosse Pointe, Mich. Delta Tau Delta Pleiad, Business Manager Albionian Tennis Albion College Players JOE W. WAGAR Gladwin, Michigan Sigma Chi JUIIORS PHYLLIS M. WAGNER Detroit, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega Choir Opera Madrigal Group Lambda Mu ROBERT F. WEBBER Flint, Michigan Sigma Chi JAMES E.WELCH Chicago, Illinois Sigma Nu KEITH H. WHITEHOUSE Detroit, Michigan Sigma Chi Bioloby Club, Vice- president Chemistry Club, Vice- president Treasurer, Freshman Class ROBERTA S. WIENER Albion, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha Spanish Club French Club Economics Club German Club Debate HELEN M. WILLIAMS Detroit, Michigan Kappa Delta, Vice- president Spanish Club Publication Council, Secretary JEAN A.WALRAD Detroit, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha French Club Y. W. C. A, W. A A. Basketball Archery RICHARD C. WEEKS Albion, Michigan Classical Club GEORGE C. WHIPPLE Parma, Michigan Fiske Lodge ELIZABETH A. WHITELAM Detroit, Michigan Delta Gamma Pan-Hellenic Council Home Economics Club, Treasurer Art Club Y. W. C. A. W. A. A. W. S. G. A. Board LAURENCE A. WILEY North Muskegon, Mich. Goodrich Club Spanish Club WILLAL. WINTER Portsmouth, Ohio Campus Religious Council Debate Y.W.C.A. Zeta Epsilon Lambda W. A. A. DAPHNE WOCHHOLZ Albion, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega JOHN A.YURCHENCO Bridgeport, Conn. Biology Club VERNON A.WOLFE Detroit, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi German Club EDWARD E. YUILL Bay City, Michigan Sigma Nu DICK ZEIS Alpena, Michigan Fiske Lodge HARVEY E. ZENS Grosse Pointe, Mich. Sigma Chi " A " Club Football JUNIORS WITHOUT PICTURES MARY V. CHAMBOY ROBERT FLES ROBERT GRIMES WILLIS J. LONG JOHN G. NEITHERCUT ALBERT C. NICHOLLS WALTER PTAK JOHN RYBACHOK ROBERT SOUTER KENNETH TRIPP HOMECOMING NOV. 1939 • ' ALL QUItT ON THE FLOATS AND DECORATIONS SIGMA NU ALPHA TAU OMEGA TAU KAPPA EPSILON " Castle " " Country Club " 1st Place " Mansion " SIGMA CHI DELTA TAU DELTA DELTA SIGMA PHI " Shelter " ALPHA CHI OMEGA I 1st Place A Tale of Two Cities ' SIGMA CHI 1st Place " Mein Kompf " FISKE LODGE 1st Place " Disputed Passage ' ALPHA XI DELTA " Treasure Island " KAPPA DELTA " Vanity Fair " DELTA GAMMA Back Street " SIGMA NU ' Uncle Tom ' s Cabin ' INDEPENDENT WOMEN ' S LEAGUE " Don Quixote " GOODRICH CLUB " Pleiad " DELTA TAU DELTA " All quiet on the Western Front " ALPHA TAU OMEGA Mutiny on the Bounty ZETA TAU ALPHA " Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates " Abbott Abrahamson Adamy Baldwin Baribeau Baumgarth Baumgartner Beebe Betz Biastock Blakeslee Blanchard Braley Brehmer Briggs Bright Brooks 3erlin Brake Bunce 3urch Coines Cairns Callahan Carter Cartwright Carrier Castle C hickering Churchill Close Close Clute Cochran Cohoon Cole Clement Compton Dallas Danville Dorkwood Dean, G. Dean, R. Dewire Drury Eberts Dewey Edwards CLASS OF FORTY-TWO Ellerby Elliott Ellis Engstrori Essex Evans Ewing Figge Feighner Figy Firestone Flahoven Frye Furniss Gamble Fleury Flanlgon Grossman Gregory, W. Gregory, E. Graham Gerhold Garlinghouse Guy Guys Haight Hogerman Henry FHendren Harzen Harshman Harrison Hudson Howard Houghton Holland Hill Kettell Higgs Hughes Kimberly Jackson Jenne Jones Leach Lancaster Koerner Kittredge Lewis Longman Lucas MacDonald McCoy McGorry Magnotto Mcynard Meeks Mogel Moore, A. Moore, J. Niemonr Northruc Osterhcus Palmer, D. Palmer, H. Palmiter Peterman Pinney Pitsch Ropp Powers Renwick Robinson Robuck Preston Rollins Rosenberg Rutledge Schall Schmidt Schnackenberg Schoultz Schuchordt Schuur Scott Selzer Sibert Siler Slusser Smeltzer Smith, K, Smith, M. Stewart SOPHOMORES cuss OF fort™ rn m Sunyar Surland Telfer Telander Towie Trimble Tripp Troxell Van Riper Todd Vestling Whitley Ward, J. Ward, E. Wandel VonDerHeydt Wilder Wirts Wyman Worgess Woodison Wilde SOPHOMORES WITHOUT PICTURES Richard Ayling Elwood Lewin Murlin D. Bell Harold Prosser Peter G. Blashkiw John Rapp Joseph D. Bogue Howard Read William Drinkwater Marian Reavey Edwin Dyer Louis Reichle Ralph Fisher Betty Schellig Richard Fitch Jean Stegeman Robert Frey John Talbot Robert Laiman Howard Thomas John Lauer Kay White Ralph W tmer Bates Teke Neophytes Doten Foster Neilson, Appel, Gorred, Lindow King Garlent, Yinger Donald, Ironside Ellerby Stegemon, Compton Gloor, Clos e, Harshman Curtis, Loubach, Whltelam CLASS OF FORTY-THREE Anderson Adam: Abramson Ahl Alward Baker, O. Baker, C. Auch AtLee Benjamin Bottjes Beebe Baldv Bov Block Birdsall Bibbings 3rown,E. Brown, M. Breed Buchda Chandler Cc Carick Case Capron 99 Cofer Conn Cooiey Churchill Christensen Clark Davison Cummings Curtii Dales Crandall Covert lyi Dick Done Duguid Doyle, M. Doyle, D. DuQuette Earnshav Earp Ellerby, H. Ellerby,L. Foist Farrov Feller Evans Ferguson Ferris Flickinger Fobert Forward Fowler Goertner Gates Geisli Gibb Goold Goss Gould Green, D. Green E Gunn Guy FHodley FHagen FHamiiton Hommill FHansen FHarrington Hart FHatton Hawkins Helrigel Helzer Hensick Heystek Himmelsnach Hoffman Hollingsworth Hopp Hyde Jackson Jacobs Jones Judd O, ' - i 1 0,Q f r- 4 11 A f CLASS OF FORTY-THREE Kell Kelly Kempf Kercher Kilpatrick Kimberly HUbIjI King Kingsnorth Kirkby Kleihauer Knoch Koepfgen Krenz London Laney Lophor Lemke Lewis Littlefield Lord MccDonald McConochie McConnell Mcintosh McNair McNoliy Major Marion Marks Martin Morzolf Matthews Maynord Meli Merrill Miller, G. Miller, W. Mitchell Moffett Morgan Morrison Meyer Mullin Myll Nank Neal,R.C. Needham Neitzel Modrack Murphy Nester Page 99 Orth Olthoff Molting Nixon Newman Newcomb Perry Pelton Pearson Patterson Powell Potter Post Pollard Pitcher Reber Reavy Reader Raymond Ragon Richard Richardson, M. Richardson, J. Reiter Reichov Osborne Peterson Preston Ruf Ddda Riley Rieger Schumann Schumacher Schmid, S. Schmid, R. Sawyer Riddick Salzman Smith Simpson Sieg Shepard Scott, M. Scott, L. Steers Steele Stanford Starn Spence Sommer m i[ [iiiHiR[[ Stowe Sulli Stevens, B. Stevens, R. Stevenson Stockham Stouffer Stur Sutton Stri; Strcuch Swollov Thomas Tobias Toutont Turner, J. Turner, K. Valentine G. Valentine, J. Van Gordon VonOsdol Van Wagoner Wedge Weeks Wesley Wetters Whalen White Wills Wilson, J. Wilson, N. Witters Williams Wrigh Gray Zeis immerman or. J ' Axjd imUlei EDITORS Kathleen Smith Peter Vanson Charles Sibert p • ' . ■ : !C •::; PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL The Pan-Hellenic Council was founded in 191 7. Its express purpose is to regulate the activities of the sororities on campus. It provides for rushing control, sponsors an annual formal party known as the " Pan-Hel Boll " , and presents a cup to the outstanding senior woman each year. The organization is composed of two members from each of the five national sororities. OFFICERS MILDRED PLATE President LOIS RICHARDS Secretary MISS MARIAN GRAY MEMBERS Advisor Alpha Chi Omega Delta Gamma Kappa Delta Jane Miller Helen Blakeslee Margaret Garred Elizabeth Whitelam Helen Compton Mildred Plate Alpha Xi Delta Zeta Tau Alpha Kathryn Fisch Faith Manning Lois Richards Genevieve Copeland Page 104 INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL Organized in 1920, the Interfraternity Council is composed of two members of eacfi of the six men ' s fraternities on the campus. The council attempts to regulate fraternal activities such as rushing, pledging, social activities, and promotes intra- mural athletics in cooperation with the school athletic department as well as the two independent cooperative houses on campus. Their rules are in accordance with the National Interfraternity conference regulations and they act as intermediaries between the college administration and the individual chapters. Beside cooperating with the Student council on pep sessions, they sponsored the Interfraternity d ance in March. Strickler. Sleight, Heinmiller. Preston. Rininger. LeVett, Dow. . CKL. ND, Cook. Green, Ashmun, I ' ' r. F. HARGER GREEN MARSHALL COOK HEBER ASHMAN OFFICERS President . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Alpha Tau Omega Harry LeVett Gordon Dow Delta Sigma Phi Norman Sleight Homer Frazier MEMBERS Delta Tau Omega Marshall Strickler Heber Ashmun Sigma Chi Lowell Heinmiller Dan Preston Sigma Nu Marshall Cook Dicran Ackland Tau Kappa Epsilon Harger Green Jock Rininger ALPHA CHI OMEGA CHAPTER ROLL Sue Bower Carol Harger Joan Hartrick Seniors Patricia Houghton Maxine Huether Marie Kuhn Jane Miller Millicent Murdoch Mary Jane Ne A comer Bonnie berrymon Catherine Curtis Tess Hensick Caryl Louboch Mary Helen Bates Helen Blokeslee Juniors Helen Randall Lois Reader Anne Robinson Sophomores Sally Brooks Jean Close Elizabeth Slock Helen Thompson Phyllis Wagner Daphne Wochholz Fern Edwards Kathleen Smith Nan McNair Evelyn Moffett Charlotte Baker Barbara Beebe Nancy Breed Helen Curtis Freshmen Mary Lou Moyer Pledges Mary Doyle Dorothy Green Shirley Hansen Marjorie Koerner Ruth Reader Elinor Murphy Marie Rietz Janet Richardson Margaret Richardson Cheryl Riley Helen Schumann R. Reader, Murphy, Slack, Brooks. Baker, Breed. J. Richard.son, M. Richardson, Mof Green. McNair. Mover, H. Curtis. Rietz. Koerner, Schumann, Doyle. Robinson, Smith. Randall, Berryman. Clase. Hensick. Bates. M. Purdy. Hansen. Edwards. Laubach, Blakeslee, Newcomer, Wochholz, C. Curtis, H. Purdy, Thompson. Kuhn. Bower, L. Reader. Murdoch. Miller. Wagner. Harger, Huether, Houghton. -y- MA " - J II J|[ T Founded at DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana, 1885 Beta Chapter— Established 1887 Number of national chapters — 62 Publication- The Lyre Flower — Scarlet carnation Colors — Scarlet and olive green CHAPTER OFFICERS JANE MILLER - President CAROL HARGER Vice-president MILLICENT MURDOCH Secretary LOIS READER Treasurer ALPl XI DELTA CHAPTER ROLL Martha Bohn Jean Fov ler Emily Ash Kathryn Fisch hHelen hHelrigel Betty Mcllvenna Juniors Betty hHantz Mary Kellogg Lucy Mildren Mabel Watson Faith Manning Beth Trucks Jean Baumgartner Ruth Bright Billie Darkwood Sophomores Mildred Dewire Barbara Graham Margaret FHendren Janet MacDonald Jean Stev art Mary Wirts Julia FHatton Freshr Mary MacDonald Laura Anderson Shirley Baumgarth Mary Ferris Jo Ann FHolland Pledges Betty hlollingsworth Paulette FHudgens Ruth Kirkby Shirley Schmid Barbara Whalen Eliz. Schuchardt Martha Swallow Marietta Wyman M. MacDonald, Holland. Whalen, Swallow, Hudgens, Schuchardt. Bau HoLLiNGSwoRTH. Anderson, Trucks, Baumgartner, Darkwood. Kirkbv. Fi WvMAN. Wirts, Stewart, J. MacDonald, Hantz, Ash, Graham, Dewire. Manning. Fowler, Hendren, Kellogg, Mildren, Fisch, Watson, McIlven Founded at Lombard College, Galesburg, Illinois, 1893 Phi Chapter- Establi5hedJ915 Number of national chapters — 57 Publication — " Alpha Xi Delta " Flower — Pink rose Colors- -Double blue and gold CHAPTER OFFICERS KATHRYN FISCH .... MARGARET HENDREN MABEL WATSON .... LUCY MILDREN .... President Vice-president Secretary Treasurer DELTA GAMMA CHAPTER ROLL Elizabeth Abbott Georgia Atha Mary Margaret Baldwin Jean Ellerby Ruth Appel Margaret Gc rred Senio rs Shirley Frye Donna Jean hloring Kay McKale Margaret McKee Juniors Gloria Gloor Elizabeth hHenderson Margaret Lawrence Janet Muhlitner Kathryn Patterson h arriett Ratz Patricia Van Gorden Clayone Johnson Elizabeth Whitelan Marian Castle Jane Clement Sophomores Doris Flanigan Patricia hHughes Emogene Kaiser Kathryn Kitsman Lois Northrup Nancy Atkins Maryonna Baldwin Freshmen Jane Klein Marjorie Ruf Barbara Schumacher Dorotha VanGorden Betty Abramson Lois Bennett Moxine Bow Betty Davis Jeanette Dean Pledges Marijean Eberts Rebecca FHorshman Elizabeth Kaiser Betty My 1 1 Bette Needham Moxine Scott Katharine Townsend Barbara Vestlmg Marjorie White Bow, Eberts. Myll, D. VanGorden, M. B. ld vin. Kaiser, Clement, Needham, Schuma White, Scott, Dean, Abramson, Ruf, Townsend, Harshman, ■ESTLING, Bennett, Henderson, Gloor, Northrup, Garred, Flanigan, Appel, Klein, Atkins. Kitsman, Castle, Johnson, AIuhlitner. McKale, Hughes, Lawrence, Haring, Ratz, Abbott, Patterson, Atha, Whitelam, M. M. Baldwin, Frye, Ellerby, P, VanGo AT Founded at Warren Institute, Oxford, Mississippi, 1874 Zeto Chapter— Established 1883 Number of notional chapters — 50 Publication — " Anchora " Flower- Cream rose Cclors--Bronze, pink, and blue CHAPTER OFFICERS ELIZABETH WHITELAM President MARY MARGARET BALDWIN . . . Vice-president SHIRLEY FRYE Secretary KATHRYN PATTERSON Treasurer lun Bfiii CHAPTER ROLL Helen Compton Kathryn Dietrich Florence Barker Esther Battenhouse Seniors Dons Harroun Juniors Margaret Ingron Marian Krehl Margaret Hill Lorene Rupp Mildred Plate Helen Williams Alice Compton Shirley Post Norene Austin Virginia Borman Bette Eorp Mary Jo Gates Lily Moe Geisler Audrey Holm Barbara Hammill Sophomorf Jean Jackson Jean Stegemon Freshmen Pledges Velma Hessel Mary Ann Kimberley Jean King Elizabeth Lucas Barbara Marion Arra Morgan Dorothy Whitley Pat ricia oommer Betty Nonk Catherine Osborne Evelyn Reiter Jane Stockham Mary Jane Sullivan Mary Wilcox Clara Roe Williams Borman. Morgan. Osborne. Gates. Halm. Wilcox. Kimberley, Sommer. Marion. Hessel. Post. Austin. Geisler. Stockham. Hammill. Reiter. King. Earp. C. Williams. Sullivan. Whitley. Barker. Battenhouse. Jackson, Ingram. Stegeman. Na A. Compton, Rupp, Harroun, Hill, H. Compton, Dietrich, H. Williams, Plate, Krehl. Founded at Virginia State Normal College, Farmville, Virginia, 1897 Sigma Pi Chapters-Established 1923 Number of national chapters — 68 Publication — " The Angelos " Flower — White Rose Colors — Olive green and white CHAPTER OFFICERS HELEN COMPTON HELEN WILLIAMS MARGARET HILL KATHRYN DIETRICH President Vice-president Secretary Treasurer nil liu flipy CHAPTER ROLL Seniors Ann Burton Genevieve Copeland Barbara Hebinger Juniors Marjorie Mack Helen Wittenberg Jane Anderson Hazel Caukin June Lemon Reito Montie Martha Rowe Lois Tapert Marcia Ironside Anna Marie Kinney Veronica Ransom Lois Richards Jeanice Tuchtenhagen Roberta Wiener Esther Caines Virginia Figy Sophomores Betty Frye Virginia Guy Freshmen Maida Henry Helen Palmer Eleanor Raymond Shirlie Stouffer Jane Valentine Elizabeth Birdsall Joan Buchda June Covert Pledges Alice Gibb Betty Goodale Jacqueline Littlefield Marilyn Palmiter Kathryn Turner Jean Walrad ' alentine, Stouffer. Goodale, Birdsall. Littlefield. Palmiter, Covert, Wiener. Walrad. Gibb, Kinney. Raymond. Henry, Turner. Close, Buchda, Caines, Palmer. Lemon. Montie. Guy. Ironside, Tuchtenhagen, Ransom, Richards. Fig Anderson, Burton, Caukin. Tapert, Copeland. Frye, Wittenberg. Ro wal Vi " ! Founded at Virginia State Normal College, Farmville, Virginia, 1i Beta Tau Chapter- Established 1929 Number of national chapters — 63 Publication — " Themis " FloNA er — White violet Colors— -Turquoise blue and steel gray CHAPTER OFFICERS GENEVIEVE COPELAND President HELEN WITTENBERG Vice-president HAZEL CAUKIN Secretary BETTY FRYE Treasurer CHAPTER ROLL John Dalton Ed. Lindow Seniors Howard Neilson Howard Simons Kenneth Turnblom Gordon Watt Arnold Boe Juniors Ho ard Krouth Harry LeVett Charles Baribeou Robert Bois Frank Carrier Donald Chickermg Charles Cochran Sophomores Gordon Dow Glen Homel Forrest Hanna Roy Hazen John Euros Tryndale Rutiedge Robert Schmidt Elmer Schnackenberg Max Smith Freshmen Don Ferguson Willord Adorns Cyrus AtLee Steve Bebcn Murray Brown James Flickenger Joseph Hill Pledges Robert Jewell Jack Keller Jock Koepfgen Edward Knevcls John Leach Richard Lemke Fred Lewis Willis Long Phil Mitchell Roy Neal Van Olmsteod Douglas Orth iMS. Knevals, Flickenger. Lewis. Bois. Orth. Lemke. Brown. Le. ch. Alsip. Koepfgen. Keller. Smith. C.vrrier. H. zen. Schmidt. Rutledge. - tLee. Boe. Chickering. Cochr. n. Schnackenberg, Hannah. Dow. B.aribeau, Ferguson. Gahlent, Lindow. Turnblom, Watt, LeVett, Neilson. Krauth, Simons, Dalton. 9 Z8 ■ ■■■y l i m hI ' VH K M USi H ' J SR ipy H Hi Rj IQI i Wm WmM M ■Hili HHh llBJ Founded at Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Virginia, 1865 Beta Omicron Chapter — Established 1889 Number of national chapters — 97 Publication- The Palm ' Flower — White tea rose Colors--SI y blue and old gold CHAPTER OFFICERS HARRY LEVETT HOWARD KRAUTH HOWARD NEILSON HOWARD SIMONS President Vice-president Secretary Treasurer [Ill SIBHfl P George Cameron Robert Esling Homer Frozier Grant Cowan John Dick Edwin Dyer Bruce Feighner Richard Fitch Peter Conn William FHelrigel David Jacobs William Bibbings Robert Churchill William Churchill Robert Clark CHAPTER ROLL Seniors Ralph Jones juniors Charles Guidot Herbert Lombard Sophomores Jack Lancaster George Lane Freshmen Earle Jones Justin Sleight Pledges Ben Duguid Victor Hawkins Allan Marks Wallace Moynard Harrison Roark Norman Sleight Vernon Wolfe Hugh Munson Ward Robosson Harold Prosser Donald Powers Marvin Schoultz Philip Thomas James Tobias George Wedge Fred Powell William Steers Morley Straugh Joseph Wilson Wedge, Helrigel. Conn. Clark, J. Sleight, Thomas Churchill, Steers, Wilson, E. Jones, Tobias, Powers, Dick, Hawkins, Marks, Straugh. Munson. Wolfe, Robosson, Feighner, Fitch. Lancaster. Dyer, Prosser. Guidot, Esling, Lombard, R. Jones, N. Sleight, Frazier, Co " w. n, Cameron, Schoultz. ♦ Al pha Tau Chapter- Established 1917 Number of national chapters — 41 Publication " The Carnation Flowers — White Carnation Colors — Nile green and white CHAPTER OFFICERS HOMER FRAZIER NORMAN SLEIGHT HERBERT LOMBARD GRANT COWAN RALPH JONES President First Vice-president Second Vice-president Secretary Treasurer D[1IH IHU P[[Ii CHAPTER ROLL Fred Krueger Fred Adams Erwin Butterfield Warren Abrahamson Val Brake Charles Dubuor Ho ard Ellis Leonard Engstrom Alvin Gaertner James FHarrington Walter Ahl Daniel Doyle Don FHensick Willard FHoffman Seniors Bryant Ruthven Juniors George Morriss Sophomores Ralph Fischer Ross Fleury William Kimberly Burton McGarry Freshmen James Lewis Pledges Paul Meli William Miller Morse Neil Marshall Strickle Albert Nicholls Robert Saxton Louis Reichle Neil Rosenberg Robert Scott Daniel Siler Kay White William Newcomb Richard Schmid Irwin Shuter William Steele Bruce Stevens Hudson. Shuter. Chri.stie, Harrington, Ahl. Meli, Hensick. Schmid. Newcomb, Gaertner. Abrahamson. Doyle, Hoffman. Kimberli ' , Stevh Fleury, Reichle. . dams, Engstrom, Scott, Brake, Rosenberg, Lewis Nichols, Pengelly, Butterfield, Krueger, Morriss, Ellis, Fischer, , Strickler, Siler, Bemer, Vann, Schadt, Neil, Steele. Founded at Bethany College, Bethanv, Virginia. 1859 Epsilon Chapter — Established 1876 Number of national chapters — 75 Publication — " The Rainbow " Flower — Pansy Colors — Purple and gold CHAPTER OFFICERS MARSHALL STRICKLER ROBERT SAXTON . CHARLES DUBUAR . HEBER ASHMUN . President Vice-president Secretary Treasurer CHAPTER ROLL Samuel Dickie Jack Goddard James Aughton Richard Ayling Paul Beebe James Danforth Duane Abbott Montgomery Burch Robert Callahan Joseph Cartwright George Dean Walter Auch Jack Battjes Robert Brown John Earnshaw John Gray Robert Guy Warren hdagen Seniors Ray Hansen Juniors William Knapp Russell Marsh Sophomores Robert Maynard Jack Moore Dole Palmer Robert Pmney Freshmen Pledges Robert Hart James Hart Robert Kilpatrick Donald McConachie Burnell Marzolf Ralph Merrill Lowell Heinmiller Philip Sirrine Joseph Wogar Robert Webber Keith Whitehouse Harvey Zens William Rollins Morden Shuur Howard Thomas Robert Wandel Charles Woodison Ke ;thN€ Charles Modrack Daniel Orr James Phillips Jack Reeves Robert Simpson Wesley Stonehouse EHOUSE. Dickie. Ay Founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 1855 Alpha Pi Chapter- Estabhshed 1886 Number of national chapters — 96 Pubhcation — Magazine of Sigma Chi FloNA ' er — White rose Colors — Blue and gold CHAPTER OFFICERS JACK GODDARD President LOWELL HEINMILLER .... Vice-president SAMUEL DICKIE Secretary RICHARD AYLING Treasurer SIGNH I CHAPTER R OLL Dicran Ackland Glenn Hunsberger Morton Nelles Barry Beach Marshall Cook Albert Meinke James Furniss Howard Krai I Richard Scheele Juniors John Neithercut Sophomores Alan Moore Hayden Smith Albert Tomorel James Welch William Smeltzer Charles VanderLine Edward Yuill James Von der Heydt jn Cu mmings Freshmen Fred Nolting Jack Turner Dick Evans Edward Green William Gregory Robert Grimes Pledge Jock Lauer Geary Miller Robert Miller William Pitche Webster Sawyer John Shaw Wayne Stevens Allen Zimmerman Pitcher, Khall. Stevens, G. Miller. Beach, R. MiLLEf Sawyer. Zimmerman. Nolting. Moore. Green. Cummings. Mogle. Von der Heydt. Furniss. Federico. VanderLinde. Gray. Neithercut. Meinke. Yuill. AcKLiND, Scheele, Nelles, Tam. relli, Cook, Welch, Smeltzer, Hunsberger, Smith. Founded at Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Virginia, 1i Gamma Gamma Chapter — Established 1895 Number of national chapters — 98 Publication — " The Delta " Flower — White rose Colors — Block, white, and gold CHAPTER OFFICERS MARSHALL COOK MORTON NELLES WILLIAM SMELTZER ALBERT TAMARELLI President Vice-president Secretary Treasurer iHU iun [psiioi CHAPTER ROLL Thomas Andrews Edward Boies Seniors William Donald Russell Emig William FHenning FHarger Green James Bristah John Sommer Henry Barnes Thomas Brock Richard Ford Leslie Fleming juniors Tom Foster Marvin Geisler Robert FHayhoe Donald Murch John Newman Robert Peters Sheldon Putnam Jack Rininger Ross Bunce Dean Cohoon Robert Firestone Jack Garlinghouse William Gerhold Sophomores Vern Lester Roloh Renwick William Scholl Charles Sibert Jack Telander Maurice Trimble Emmet Word John Ward Arthur Cofer Louis Crandal Robert Dales Freshmen Donald Dick Erv in Feller Dwight London Robert Perry Feller. Browne Wilder. E. Ward Heidr Cofer Tela icH, Seibert. Stevens, Patterson, W Harrison, Lester, Dick, Peterson, •jder, J. Ward, Firestone, Rininger, F, Carr. Pea ILSON. Dales Barnes, Nei Schall. Sibe RSON. Percy. Goss, Judd, Perry. rzEL, Pollard, rt. Hanks. Havhoe, Garlinghouse, Foster, Renwick, Fleming, Smith, Trimble. Newman, Geisler, Putnam, Emig, Donald, Bunce. Cohoon, Murch. Andrews, Ford, Bristah, Sommer, Green, Boies, Henning, Brock, Rugg. Robert Burnes William Carr Edward Chandler Robert Goss David Harrison Budd Judd William Kempf Pledges Robert Mcintosh Don Neitzel James Patterson Frank Pearson Donald Percy Frank Peterson Darrell Pollard Arthur Siebert Roger Stevens Eldred Toutant Ned Wilson Robert Wilder Founded at Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, Illinois, 1899 Omega Chapter — Established January 1, 1927 Number of national chapters- -42 Publication — " The Teke " Flower — Red carnation Colors — Cherry and gray CHAPTER OFFICERS HARGER GREEN JOHN SOMMER WILLIAM HENNING THOMAS BROCK . President Vice-president Secretary Treasurer w ' «W ' ! ' »f " ' ji?-«t-o iH IS VARSITY FOOTBALL The gridiron season of 1939 was the Briton ' s best in twelve years. The purple and gold powerhouse rolled up a total of 170 points while holding their opponents to 23. A well- balanced squad which had pointed to a conference champion- ship for four years, saw Albion achieve victories in all six conference fights, to win decisively — without even a tie to mar its record. So tight was the defense of the Spranklemen, that no conference foe crossed the Briton goal until the last game with hHope. The thrills which brought campus enthusiasm to its greatest heights in a decade, and left happy memories behind, recall Steve Beban ' s touchdown poss to Ed Lindow in the Alma game, coming in the last minute of play after a recovered fumble,- Jeep ' Frazier ' s 47 yard return of a punt in the hlills- dale game to score the six points which defeated the Doles, 6-3, and brought Albion the conference title; and Morry (Nick) Trimble ' s return of the opening kick-off in the Defiance game, for a touchdown. Mt. Union College, of Ohio, was the only foe to defeat the Britons, winning 13-0 in the opening game, played at Mt. Union. Thereafter, Albion was victorious over Alma, 6-0 at Alma,- defeated Kazoo here, 7-0,- trounced Adrian, 51-0,- ' . Grossman, Trimble. Hai-hoe, Msinke, Dyer, Nicholls. Zens, Beach, Hart, Dodds, Webber, Ptak, Thomas, Coach Sprankle. Krueger. Simonds, Federico, Lindow, Be Cook, Nelson, Luxenberg, Fraz , mM ' .. L?- - v- ■ " ■■ " " ■■ " ' ' ' ' - ::::?f jhS ' ' ir V; rM-.3 -9 ' wmt ' m mSL ' -mmm ' mmi fl ; -wi. •!m ■ ft IT. .,-. ' , litiriiiiiMiini- [i i Johns. GELEbiuii, Uawkjns. Uiuh. imf.mjn, Mitchell, Pitcher, Ferguson, ]l. .AiN, A1( Lmu.-,h- Hadley, Todd, Toutant, Jewell, E ans, Christie, Miller, Reeves, Fowler, JSiebekt, Coach McEl RoDDA, Striz, Taylor, Jacobs, Stanford, Carlyle, Tobias, Hart, Kroner, Duguid. hipped Defiance, 48-0; won over Hillsdale, 6-3, on the Dales ' own stamping grounds,- crushed Olivet at hHomecoming, 39-0; and finished the season with a triumph of 1 3-7 over hHope. For two straight weeks, Albion was listed as one of the first five in high-scoring college teams in the country by the New York Times. Walt Ptak, hHomer Frazier, and Willy Long were listed on the Little All-American team, composed of top-notch players from the best small-college teams in the country. We can proudly say that the Britons of 1939 were among the strongest — if not the strongest — of the " Fighting Briton " teams ever to represent Albion on a football field. The Albion yearlings turned out one of the scrappiest freshman teams in recent years, last fall, though no inter- collegiate contests were scheduled. Drill consisted mostly of fundamentals and scrimmage A ith the varsity. Probably the strenuous practice sessions, which the frosh gave the varsity, had much to do with the Briton ' s fine showing in winning the conference title. Ordell McElhaney, ex ' 39, and winner of the M. I. A. A. ' s first most valuable player award in football, was in charge of the squad. Particularly strong at the tackle positions were " Pop " Striz and Bob Rodda. Jack Reeves, Brad Johns, and Ed Toutant stood out in the backfield. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL VARSITY BASKETBALL For the third successive year, the Briton cogers just missed out on the conference championship, finishing in a second place tie v ith Alma. A squad, containing perhaps the greatest wealth of basketball material ever assembled at Albion, started the season successfully, but faded in its last four games. Coach E. F. Voltmer will have to begin with a comparatively green squad in ' 41, losing virtually his complete team — which just couldn ' t seem to win when the chips were dov n. Albion began its season in top form to upset the highly touted veterans from Calvin, 42-35, in Kresge Gymnasium. Ypsilanti then fell, 33-27. hHillsdale opened the conference schedule with the Purple and Gold and lost, 32-26, behind the Briton ' s offensive. The Toledo Rockets, a team ranking among the first ten in collegiate basketball, were given a stiff battle, but managed to win from Albion at Toledo by a 47-41 score. Then the Britonites began to unleash on attack which saw them win eight straight ball gomes, as they seemed to be moving toward the long-awaited M. I. A. A. title. Olivet was trampled, 33-18,- Michigan Normal was defeated, 49-36; Alma was edged out, 28-27 m an unusually close contest; Adrian lost after putting up a game fight, 35-28; hlope was vanquished 32-27 by a great Briton rally in the last half; Kazoo was walloped, 49-26, and Olivet was crushed 52-27, Albion piling up its season ' s highest total against the Comets. Then the Voltmerites suffered their initial conference loss in a see-saw battle at Alma, losing out, 38-36, in a gome which could hove gone either way. Hope put a final damper on Albion ' s 1940 title hopes by upsetting us, 30-24, on our home floor, which was the first defeat suffered by the local quintet in its own gym in 22 starts. The Britons bounced back to defeat Adrian, 45-22, but unexpectedly dropped their last encounter to Kazoo, 47-37. Albion finished the year with a conference record of 9 wins and 3 losses, and a seasonal record of 11 victories and 4 defeats. !.:. . f " W BBBBM iSkiLi i fif? J ga TiM r ER, Peterson, . " la Butler, Nelson. Smith. Three veterans returned for the 1939 tennis season, and with two promising players coming up from the freshman team, the Briton racquet wielders appeared to be in good shape for a successful season. Dale Butler, Don Nelson, and hHayden Smith represented the veteran strength, while Ralph Peterson and Duffield Slaymaker provided the new talent. Under the direction of Dr. E. F. Voltmer, the courtmen ended the regular season in a tie for third place, and finished in fourth place in the M. I. A. A. Field Day play-offs. A strong Kalamazoo team, which had just finished an eleven game tour to the South, was too strong for the Britons in their initial match and won, 6-1. Albion returned stronger in its next match and swept through an Adrian team for a 7-0 victory. In a close match with Michigan State Normal College Albion was again successful, winning, 4-3. The win streak was continued against FHilisdale, the Britons winning this time, 6-1. Again the local squad met a non-conference opponent in Calvin College, but won by a decisive 7-0 score. In their match with Alma, the Britons lost a heart-breaking 4-3 meet, which dropped them behind hlope in the M, 1. A. A. standings. During the season, the local team had the opportunity of playing on on improved set of courts at Alumni Field, which ore now the finest in the conference. VARSITY TENNIS 1 VARSin TRACK- 1939 After three years of superiority by Kalamazoo and tfiree ■years of oblivion for Albion in M. I. A. A. indoor track, tlie tables were turned this year as the Britons scored 61 1-3 points to 48 by the hHornets to take the indoor track crown. The Britons started out slowly, losing to M. S. N. C, 723 to 173 . The bright spot of the meet however was the low hurdles when Albion made a slam, taking the |-irst three places. Gaining momentum, the Spranklemen tripped Bowling Green, 593 to 4A} 2, when hHenry Barnes, Stuart Cord, and Dick Spielan broke three track records there. At the meet the Britons took eight firsts in the eleven events. At the Michigan State college track carnival at East Lansing, two relay teams representing Albion turned in victories. The mile team defeated Wayne, A ' hile the half- milers whipped Kalamazoo. Climax of the season come when Albion ended the long reign of Kazoo over M. I. A. A. indoor track. Albion took six out of a possible 12 first, scoring at least three points in every event of the meet. Capt. Bob Schneider led Briton scoring with 16 points, getting first in the 40 yd. high hurdles and high jump. Cooper set a new M. I. A. A. record in the 440. Spielan tied the conference low hurdle record, Burns took first i n the 40 yd. dash, and Cord topped the pole- VGU Iters. YuHCHENCo, Cooper. Ashmtjn. Federico, Steve Kino, Schneider, Fry, Kr.ill. Krueger. Spiel Coach Sphankle, Barne.s, Bleecker. Card, Sa , Cook, Peterson, Strickler. Ptak. Welsh, Schadt. LuMBERT, KuHN, Crosby, Rutledge, Babington, H. Frazier. .BURY, Stall, Ltjxenberg, Beban. Weiser, Fleming, Burns, D. Ff The Spring season of 39 saw Coach Dale R. Sprankle ' s fresh trocksters engage in four intercollegiate meets. The Briton first year men defeated Kalamazoo College decisively, but lost to Western State Teacher ' s College Frosh in regular meets. In telegraphic meets with Colby Frosh of Waterville, Maine, and Oberlin College, Albion tied and lost respect- ively. The climax of the year came in the M. I. A. A. Fresh- man Meet, with Albion finishing second to o great team from Alma. Dr. Voltmer was in charge of the Freshman tennis program, which included some intercollegiate meets. Those participat- ing secured valuable training and seasoning for varsity com- petition in coming years. Bill FHoughton and Forest hHanna looked like promising varsity material in squad practice and intercollegiate contests. Nine numerals were awarded to the 1939-1940 freshman basketball team. No intercollegiate contests were permitted under an M. I. A. A. ruling, A ' hich accounted for the small squad. Nevertheless, good scrimmages were provided for the varsity, and the squad, despite its size was a strong one. Numerals went to Frosh Duguid, Jacobs, Toutant, Chandler, Nester, Tobias, Spears, Meli, and h lll. The cagers were coached by Ted Watts, and it is expected that he will send up some good material for next year ' s varsity insofar as Dr. Voltmer lost nearly his complete team through graduation, and the need for new talent is apparent. Jacobs, Chandler, Nester, and Meli looked like potential candidates for the ' 41 quintet. FRESHMAN TRACK VARSITY GOLF Under the capable direction of Dr. Raymond G. Spencer, the 1939 Briton golfers stroked their way to on undefeated season, only to lose out in the M. I. A. A. Field Day Meet to Kalamazoo, whom they had defeated earlier in the Spring. Fritz Adams and Jim Fryfogle turned in the best scores during the year, though it was Mort Nelles ' ten foot putt on the eighteenth hole, A hich won a close match for the Britons at Olivet, and kept them in the running. Alma College was the only school to ploy the Britons to a tie, the meet ending in a 6-6 score. Albion turned in a 7-5 win over North Manchester, and also defeated Calvin College in non-conference competition. Conference victories were scored over FHillsdale, Kalamazoo, FHope, and Olivet. Three veterans will return for the 1940 squad, which should prove to be valuable assistance in the drive for the All-Sports Trophy. All local matches were played on the Duck Lake golf course. Nelles, Ayling, Dr. Spencer, Fryfogle, . dams m :. SSSRBSB i J " Albion ' s " Miss Briton, " Carol Harger, wos chosen this Spring during the Big Three weekend, over all other senior women. " Miss Briton, " besides being attractive and populor, has a string of activities accredited to her since her freshman year here. She is an officer of the Alpha Chi Omega sorority, is a member of the Spanish club. Art club. Forum club, the Campus Religious Council, and W. A. A. She has served on the Y. W. C. A. cabinet and Student Council. Last spring she NA as chosen president of Chevron because of her scholastic ability and her activities on campus. " Miss Briton ' s " court consisted of the four girls who were in competition with her for the honor. They were hHelen Compton, Shirley Frye, Millicent Murdoch, and Marian Yinger. VARSITY CLUB Membership in the Varsity club is based wholly on athletic awards and individual ability. The group has been especially cooperative in sponsoring the " Big Three " weekend when " Miss Briton " is elected. The coed chosen For this honored position is representative of the campus at the M. I. A, A. Track and Field Day held in May. Beside working on the " Big Three " , the club sponsors many of the all campus migrations to foreign fields of athletic intrigue, commonly known as " Caravans " . From this group is chosen the " Vigilante Council " whose duty it IS to impress the freshmen with the importance of tradition on campus. FRED KRUEGER AL FEDERICO BOB HART . OFFICERS President Vice-president Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Renda, Grimes, Peterson, Trimble, Barnes. Hayhoe, Cooper, Fles, Vandkhlinde, Beach, M. Cook. Ptak. NicHOLLS, Alsip, Rybachok. Grossman, Hill, Dodds, Long, F: OFFICERS LURA POWELL JEAN BAUMGARTNER LOIS READER HAZEL CAUKIN President Vice-president Secretary Treasurer SPORT MANAGERS MARJORIE MACK Archery BARBARA BLAKE Hockey D. J. HARING Basketball RUTH APPEL . . Volleyball MARY L. FOSTER . Bowling MARGARET HILL . Tennis PEG INGRAM Riding JEAN FOWLER Canoeing MARIAN DOTEN . Swimming DORIS HARROUN . Badminton HELEN BLAKESLEE Hiking BETTY EVANS Bicycling ATHLETIC ALBION COLLEGE ALBION, MICHIGAN One Hundred and Fifth Year ED UCATION FOR SERVICE LIBERAL ARTS Music — Art — Home Economics Public Speaking — Creative Writing Business Administration Journalism PRE-PROFESSIONAL COURSES • Dentistry • Engineering • Forestry • Law • Medicine Fine Faculty Adequate Equipment Full Accreditation Not too large — Not too small — JUST RIGHT For Further Information Address PRESIDENT JOHN L. SEATON ALBION COLLEGE, ALBION, MICHIGAN The Year 1940 Marks the Fiftieth Anni •ersal■y of the ALBIONIAX For more than one-fourth of that fifty years we ha ' e been making photographs for the Annual and have enjoyed the experience — it keeps us feeling young to work with young people. We have regarded our work for the Albionian as a sacred trust, and have endeavored to maintain a high standard of [photographic quality in keeping with the high standards of Albion College and its personnel. May the future rears bring ever better . . . bigger . . . ALBIONIANS f All negatives made during the past years are kept on file and our customers often call on us for duplicate photographs. Harland a. Ludwig The Ludwig Studio 414 South Superior THE ALBION COLLEGE ALUMNI ASSN. FOUXDED 1861, IXCORPORATED 1872, OFFICE ESTABLISHED 1926 " Con.servator of the Past — Aid to the Present Advocate of the Future " Member of the American Alumni Council Invi es The Membership and Cooperation of Every Former Student of Albion Through The Albionian Loyalty Fund Membership entitles the holder to lo Triumphe, Bulletins, Directories, the right to vote tor College Trustees, and insures the continuing ot many College Friendships. The 1940 ALBIONIAN is bound in A MOLLOY-MADE CO ' ER from the DAVID J. 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EXCLUSIVE DEALER for the EVERETT ORGATRON PH. 25 ALBION BRADFORD ' S BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOP PHONE 407 HUFFMAN ' S The Man ' s Store FINE FURNISHINGS QUALITY CLOTHING MAPLE CITY AUTO COMPANY BUICK — PONTIAC Sales and Service A devotion to on ideal, by master craftsmen, in the production of high quality engravings merits the Service Engraving Company an enviable position in the school annual field. Truly this name symbolizes all that is fine in the creation of superior yearbooks. ON MAINTAINING LEADERSHIP • To win and consistently hold a place as the recognized leader of school annual printing, has been the record of Rogers Printing Company since its beginning in 1908. That we have, during a period of 32 years, success- fully produced hundreds of annuals for schools through- out the country, attests our ability to satisfy completely the most discriminating Year Book Staff. • New ideas, coupled with the knowledge and experi- ence gained through a quarter of a century ' s service, insure the school that chooses a Rogers printed book of ideal pages " From Start to Finish. " We are proud that the staff of THE ALBIONIAN entrusted its printing to our organization and we herewith present it as an example of our work. ROGERS PRINTING COMPANY 307-309 First Street 228 N. LaSalle Street DIXON, ILLINOIS • CHICAGO, ILLINOIS r ' -- if ' XE?«, , «. . Jt ' ««i ' i.;3ii;t4lt, ' fc. ' - r -ir ' ? - " ii; ' 1i -f,!3EM " iAv ti1.t.,{.1te . Ut {3fit{? ' «5l? «4 jst ? r (• •• f ' ' Wtv(» -ir •, v..««: j ' »si .,, - A,- i i ' r . 1 ' SI ' S v " i

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